Holiday Inn Manali
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the villages when we couldn’t be bothered to walk anymore and also done a spot of shopping at the local markets for fresh vegetables and supplies to cook with….and of course to stock up on some sweets treats and a beer or two. Our little wood panelled cottage/apartment couldn’t be any less Indian, and it’s felt almost like we are back at home in the UK, or on a ski resort for at least few days, which has been lovely, but slightly confusing at the same ...
... results. The other two students get to spend the day with the in-patient doctor. This consists of ward rounds, seeing patients who can't be bothered to wait in line at out-patients and seeing emergency patients. Another doctor looks after the TB ward (which we haven't visited yet) and there are visits to the Nursing Home (run by the Tibetan Government) and Antenatal Clinic when there are enough doctors to go around. I was lucky enough to visit the ...
... streaks. The clouds were clearing up slowly to reveal a scenic view of the mountains everywhere. Then we came to a halt. The traffic was painstakingly slow from then. But the rest of the journey was spent in taking loads of pictures, for our facebook/whatsapp and whatnot profiles. The older generation used to take pictures to conserve memories. They had only 36 pictures of any occasion (unless they were rich enough to buy 2 camera rolls - get it ...
... 8217;s I hear you say , yes I know I used to hate banana flavoured anything and the smell of banana’s makes me ill BUT I actually like Banana Lassi’s ( Yoghurt based drink) its supposed to be good for your tummy and after being ill this was something I tried and it worked !
We are contemplating what to eat for dinner – we haven’t actually eaten a lot today but reading back it sounds like that’s all we have done ! We think maybe Indian tonight ...
... lashed them to the sturdy metal railings with the nylon ropes we’d been using to strap down our packs. With the bikes secured and the back covered by a tarp, we were ready to go. I was deeply impressed by the Indian guys who had helped out. In cold, wet conditions, with no gloves or waterproof clothing, they had worked efficiently and without complaint. However, a closer inspection of the truck left me not quite so impressed. The ...