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... rabbits with multi coloured wigs.
Weaving our way through the hustle and bustle we removed our shoes and went for a look at the hot spring Public baths.
Not quite feeling brave enough to venture in we just took a look inside then ventured out to trek to the Waterfall.
When we initially reached the waterfall we were the only ones bar one person.Tyler had brought his guitar and provided a mellow atmosphere as we took in ...
... the night, what kasol is about, its culture and how are the people. The people were typical you would found in any mountainous region, but still they have adapted a lot according to the prevailing culture there. Their ability and more than ability, their willingness to talk in foreign languages, their patience, the names of shops in different languages, all provided me a sense of contentment and pleasure that yes, the legends about this place were true. We ...
... making their way downhill, on their way to lower climes (Punjab or lower HP) for the winter. Huge herds of sheep filed around us like air over an airfoil. We hiked for two days, up-valley, through open, huge expanses - with nothing barring our advance besides the occasional rock fence to find our way through.
Day 42 - Day 50 After yet another long (9hr) overnight bus, we arrived at 5am to the popular hill station of Manali. We headed to Old Manali for our best chance at cheap backpackers accom but nothing was open - unusual. Bleary eyed and badly wanting a shower we accepted (for once) the first plee from a hotel tout and hit the sack immediately before exploring the town. Old Manali is just one main street that winds it's way up a hill lined with loads ...
... they just sat in the aisle. It must have been very annoying for the people who they were leaning against. Fortunately, Andrew and I had booked early, so we had the front seats, next to the stairs, and no one wanted to sit there. Thankfully, most of them did not go all the way to Manali, and got off at various points. It looks like they paid the driver directly--he probably just pocketed the money.
The bus ride was quite jarring. The road would go from paved, to rocky, to ...