Travel Blogs from Manali
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By 5pm, we were exhausted after 9 hours of toil, and decided to stop for the night - at a rather grim spot that I called "Camp Drear". The setting was unsettling. Wet gravel provided a soggy base for our tent, the clouds provided us with short bursts of graupel every ...
... To Ania's surprise, they did
macaroni cheese, which she ordered and devoured quickly as her stomach
is really struggling with curry every day.
We needed to use a computer to update our Iran part of this blog so we asked where we could find an Internet cafe.
The kind owner was generous enough to offer to loan us his laptop. It was running Linux software and was really rather good.
We sat for hours outside while ...
... the roof before noisily packing up, slamming the door twice for good measure and kicking our neighbour’s on the way past. What can I say? I was in a vengeful sort of mood.
Weighted down by gear we arrived downstairs to discover that the front door was padlocked. It seemed we weren’t supposed to escape just yet. The hell we weren’t. With no small amount of sadistic pleasure, I hammered on the cafeteria / office window until one of ...
... the distance accompanied by big waves and musical blasts from our horns.
The road out from Tso Kar to the Manali – Leh Highway was entertaining; undulating, twisty, paved and dry; for once we made good time. Reaching the highway we turned left onto a wide expanse of flat, pebbly road. At first glance it appeared to be fairly smooth but in many sections it was rough, potholed, forcing us to a crawl as we deked around camouflaged, ...
... couldn't. Soon it started to rain and AP was really concerned about getting stuck. But it was only a mild drizzle. At around 6, we got up and had to walk about a mile to attend nature's call.
The time had come to say goodbye to this beautiful place. We were off to Manali. We reached Manali after safely negotiating the traffic at Rohtang pass. We had a few hours to kill in Manali before we boarded the bus back to Delhi. The bus ride ...
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