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... of rock from major land slides. For the latter half of the day the landscape has been quite barren with us obviously above the tree line. We passed a landlocked lake fed by snow melt. At times the surrounding mountains are quite rounded with patches of snow, and at others they are steep, craggy, snow covered peaks. In mid afternoon we arrive at our camp, a tented camp with about 30 tents and a large mess tent for meals. Camp's name is Planet Himalaya and it's at 4,400m. Each ...
... I came to see the brutality of winter, 6 AM morning and I went outside wearing 5 well defined layers and upon that I wrapped whole blanket around me, still I could feel the chill on my back. Outside our hotel, something of a mix of snowfall and hailstones were falling from the sky, it was complete dark and a little aroma of freshness was in air. I woke up the other guys and we packed everything, ready to leave and then, something happened. Well, every trip has ...
... in the morning light. Our road ran along the bottom of a narrow valley with unforgiving rock faces soaring up on either side. Faces pressed to the windows like children, we bundled onwards and the road gradually gathered altitude, climbing its way to Keylong - the only major town on the road. The minibus rudely pushed its way through goat herders and their flocks as we skirted steeply terraced fields and roadside shrines. Progress was halted whilst one of our two ...
... staying in a wooden hut style hotel recommended we have to sail past and amazing holiday complex called Johnson’s with an outside restaurant and BBQ area. Vowing to go back we sail on. We arrive at Veer Guesthouse in Old Manali. Really close to the river there’s a cluster of jewelers, cafes and bars we are dying to get into after 11 hours on a bus with only a fake pistachio cornetto and fizzy sweets inside us! With pizza on the brain we ...
... each other’s face while saying 'happy Holi’. Children also buy paint-filled water guns and throw water balloons at passers-by. There are large celebrations of Holi in the major cities in the north, many of which can get out of control and can be very uncomfortable for women (due to inappropriate touching). We had been given warnings about this, and knew that we would head back inside if this were the case in Dharamsala ...