Holiday Inn Manali
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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 ...
... in the main kund.9 Maa Anjana Jwali JiIn addition to the nine forms of Maa Durga in the main temple room, if you come out and move a few steps up to the Gorakh Dibbi which is inside the temple parisar itself, you will find another swaroop of Jwala Maa. Towards the north after climbing a few stairs is ...
... surprised by this pacifist philosophy since the majority of people I spoke with are here to be near the Dali Lama and to practice Buddhism freely. But still listening to them talk about their journey to India, giving their life savings to a guide who could betray them at any moment, spending three days in a truck bed with 75 people to then trek across the Himalayas with the reality that the government might be ...
... that we didn’t see any of them ! Just Tibetan women with huge bunny rabbits wanting to have a photo taken ( so they can charge you ofcourse ) and men selling bags of Candy Floss with enough sugar to keep you awake for a month!
We then walked to Old Manali approx 2 Km away , this was a really nice walk and we saw a few places to eat but a lot of places are closed down. It’s the end of the Summer season and just before Ski season. There are ...
... are wiping down floors and tables. They never are idle. We wondered if they get paid well and one of the serial visitors, who is now leading a tour group, told us 'probably not’. Bihar is such a poor state the guys would feel very fortunate to have a job, a place to stay and meals that the Green Hotel provide. They also worked each of the 16 days we were there but said they do get time off to return to visit family in Bihar.