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... around us were rugged snow covered mountains. We passed through dozens of small villages where people were living in stone houses and farming along the river banks. Every few hours we would stop for some tea at these small roadside huts in the middle of nowhere. I have been on a few roadtrips in my lifetime but this one tops my list of one of the most amazing roads ever. It took us over 20 hours to drive 450 kms. To cross the mountains we had to go on dozens of ...
... We joined up with the group for lunch at a pizza place. Shock & horror! I think some of the group needed a break from Indian food. It's interesting that nearly all the men wear Western style dress, whereas all the women are in traditional dress. After lunch I continued my exploring and then walked up the hill back to the hotel. Tomorrow we start our serious climbing going over a large pass of nearly 4,000m. Can't ...
... nestled between the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal mountain Ranges. The Beas River separates the Old and New towns, and a tiny village named Vashist (a mini Manali) sits on the opposite side of the river bank from the old town. There are a number of old temples in the area, the chance to participate in some adventure activities such as white water rafting, paragliding and trekking. However, I think for the hoards of back packers that pass ...
... was good. Light rock music playing in the background and an open garden restaurant like atmosphere. The menu covered mainly Italian pizzas and English dishes with a couple of Indian starters. We didn't have any idea about the wine. So we just ordered a random one. Sula Port wine. It was worse than 'Yuck'.
The whisky and tequila shot gave us a light buzz. We weren't much hungry so had ordered only a couple of chicken starters and french fries. After that ...
... Made it safely back to the hill station and had some well deserved soup and chai before heading back out. After our break the Israeli guy told us of a different path down and stupidly we decided to go and search for it. We collected another German guy along the way and went searching for over an hour before deciding to turn back as the “clearly marked path” was no where to be found and clouds ...