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... bring, we did have a nice walk across the bridge in Manali to the bottom of the mountains, where we spotted a cow which its head stuck in a skip. Photo will be uploaded on Facebook at a later stage ! The people in Manali were great too , they didn't pester us for photos or try and sell everything and anything they could get there hands on to us. Like in Delhi on one occasion a bloke tried to offer us shoe shining for a very reasonable price, would of worked ...
... rest has some broken up seal part way across and the rest is just a potholed mess. The best way to ride the last of these was trail bike style, standing up. Leaving our morning tea spot we continue to climb, finally reaching the top of the Rohtang Pass at 3978m. (Mike says Rohtang means 'pile of dead bodies'. Nice!) As we crest the pass the cloud clears and we can see the Himalayas all around us. No snow here although we passed a lot on the way up. The descent was more ...
... spot where some rocks must have just fallen and blocked the road. As the driver was out moving them, we watched a large rock start sliding down the embankment and onto the road. The afternoon sun was melting the snow and the rocks were now free to slide.
Our driver likes to pass car and trucks, even if there isn’t any room! There were times when I looked out and could not see any road beside the vehicle!!! If we were nudged over just a little more, we would have ...
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In the town of Tingrit, there was a police checkpost. It is here that we get our passports checked and sign into a register. The cop informed us that we are forbidden to use satellite phones in this part of India. Whoops! We had a sat phone and ...
... so generally argued again and sweated loads more! At 5 am on the bus journey from hell, Lewis nudged me out of the half sleep, trance I was stuck in and pointed out of the window. There in the background of the rolling hilly landscape were the Himalayas. It was amazing! My happiness was topped further when Lewis discovered an unopened bar of dairy milk fruit and nut! Amazingly after that I fell asleep half wrapped around Lewis and didn't wake till ...