Holiday Inn Manali
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... food like how all the food in India was, we made silly rap videos, we walked up to a secluded lookout in the forest where they did apple picking, we went to the old town, we bargained for a sweater because it got below FREEZING at night, I was scared to death of bugs in my room and had Dave sleep in my room for protection from them though it didn't really help as i got a single bed bug up my legging ughhh but thanks to Harry I got a silk sleeping bag for the rest ...
... only been a day and a half in Manali and we have run into nearly every friend we have made on our journey from Shimla to here. It has been nice to see familiar faces and hear everyones stories of their travels. Manali is a different place than it was when we were here two years ago. We are now in high season and there are tourists everywhere. The streets are bustling with cars, vendors, food joints and live music. We have taken the opportunity to eat delicious food, ...
... visit from Miss Tibet 2011 and a few walks from the current contestant. In reality the pageant isn't about beauty, it is about empowering Tibetan women to have a voice and gain international coverage of the Tibetan cause. Every event in McLeod Ganj is political, no matter what it is. But I suppose if we were in their situation, we would want to raise as much awareness as possible too. If we had an infinite amount of time we would definitely have stayed here for longer. This is ...
... Base Camp’ to be some sort of glorious summit where a huge flag blowing in the wind would exclaim; ‘Deo Tibba at 4800 metres, well done!’
Then again, most of us just wanted to know we’d made it to the top, and, despite the fact I’ll never be sure whether or not the sweat, blood and tears committed to getting there was really worth it in the end, I can be sure of one thing; that the panoramic view ...
... ever consumed. Like all spices it was deceptive in the way I could eat a lot of it without any initial impact, but wait another twenty seconds and you could’ve compared my mouth to the gates of hell. So, to cool myself down and enjoy a pre-trek treat, I bought myself a brownie cake shake and a single espresso shot from a contrastingly luxurious café on the high street called ‘Honey Hut.’ The caffeine rush, however, stopped me getting much sleep that ...