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... of a shock to the system!
We decided that we needed to move on from the very gorgeous and comfy but eventually disappointing hotel that made our bellies sore and as we had previously found a small apartment which would allow us to cook some home food, have a log fire and lots of creature comforts we decided to check it out and move in – this place is above our usual budget (we are such bad backpackers!) but has been worth every penny and beats huddling around ...
... swaroop out of all the jyotis/ flames which you should not miss.2. Maa Annapoorna Jwali JiJust below Mahakali Maa Jyoti is the second form of Maa Jwalaji known as Mahamaya Annapurna Jwala Mata. Maa Annapoorna is Bhandaar Bharnewali Maa.
3. Maa Chandi Mata Jwali JiMata Chandi Devi or Maa Chandika ...
... opened up and we finally moved after 4 hrs. Everyone were tired and hungry. So we stopped at the last village (Kothi) on the way to Manali. Two of us were down. One had fever and the other had headache. The roads were very curvy and I could see a lot of tourists were puking because of motion sickness. We got down 1 km away from the hotel as the traffic was too much and started walking to our hotel. We just collapsed on our beds the moment we reached.
... stop. Nobody was sure. Until the bus eventually arrived. Blue, air-conditioned and reclining-seated as promised!
Our front row seats seemed promising (leg room and nobody reclining onto us) until 40 minutes into the journey (just enough time to get shoes off and bags unpacked) when they kicked us off the bus at a random garage to wait for "other bus" in the dark :(
Second bus was less comfy than the first ...
... Green Hotel Restaurant, a modern airy place with indoor and outdoor seating. It looked like an inviting place to hang out. I was shown a large room with night stands, a small couch, table and a small flat screen TV. It was complete, a decorated room, which you don’t get with the 300 Rs rooms in town. Plumbing in the bathroom was on par with the 300 Rs rooms. It has leaky, poor quality fixtures in an all-in-one cube. I didn't need to look ...