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Travel Blogs from Manali
... minutes, and the provided water that was silty grey.
But perhaps more of a downer was the appearance of the mountains surrounding us. The quality of the rock looked loose ...
... realise the silent Korean girl was not with us.
Found her 100m up the road.
Barely a kilometre onwards and we boasted another dramatic puncture. By wonderful coincidence, the Himalayan heavens opened at exactly the same moment and we huddled around in blankets watching our valiant Indian team of three battle with a primitive jack and a spare tyre in the freezing rain. A victorious twenty minutes later, our trusty van triumphantly limped on under a rainbow, and ...
... rafting and other adventure sports. So we started enquiring there, but I was lost in the beauty of the shop girl who had a snowy white soft skin and hazel brown eyes. I just could not take my eyes off her. She was telling me about skiing and I was just seeing her. Then finally my friends brought me back to my senses. I asked her name so that we could connect on facebook, but in vain. She gave the travel agent's card and told to call him for ...
... being but the realisation that the ’extra’ skewer I chucked in the bin during an attempt at weight saving in Tashkent was not superfluous but actually a rather important part of the trailer which carries half our kit. Bugger was not the only word that passed my lips but yet again luck was on our side and a shop who sold primarily cricket bats and shuttle cocks, by some small miracle, had a spare in stock. Feeling that we had better visit a temple to ensure ...
... 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, ...
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