Holiday Inn Manali
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Manali
... more or less straight up the mountain barely wide-enough for two tuk tuks to pass. Shops peddling a mixture of spiritual items and bongs compete with cafes and tee-shirt vendors for attention.
Three quarters the way up, the signage begins to include Hebrew. Shopkeepers beckon me with "Shalom". Make a right down an alley and Hebrew abounds. At the end of ...
... my heart of hearts these are important words from the LORD. It spoke volume to my life and sums up the lesson I have learnt from this journey very well. At the embarkation of my upcoming journey of residency, I needed to harken these words and learn to seek God's heart. Dr. Sheila wanted me to go explore the town a little bit and she called up a friend who turned out to be a special ed teacher at the school. I felt a bit self conscious but quickly decided this is a good ...
... shape of a house throughout the trees, I opened the book to read a description of the house and as I did so an Indian man appeared on the other side of a padlocked gate. Great I thought, here goes Gricey blagging his way in. Nope. In order to blag you must first speak the same language, as pointing to the indecipherable words in your English book to a Hindi old man will not get you through the gate. **** again. I had now got a taste for this ...
... invited for lunch, and spent the whole day with them, walked to a lovely river for a dip, and decided to hit the local hot spring the following day. Bus there, we had boys and girls pools, I chilled with jam yang in boiling water by the main manali river, while Laura and suzi opted for boobs out rule in the ladies section! Laura found out that the water makes your hair grow really long, so she then spent an age washing it! Swimming at 5* hotel - went to a posh hotel for ...
... flow for the next several hours of consciousness.
Peace and quiet, finally. We sat around our plastic table outside Relax Guest House where Tom and Hasid stayed before they ventured south to pick me up. Snow capped mountains surrounding us, beautiful waterfalls just across the Beas river where ...