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Travel Blogs from Manali
... for the night at a tent camp at Chandratal (Moon) Lake. We had heard wonderful things about the lake from friends we met along our trip so we were happy to make the stop. It was also a great way to split up the 12-15 hour drive. The lake was small, but lovely. We made friends with a couple of crazy indian boys (Sagar and Gautam) from Pune (near Mumbai) who decided to go swimming in the glacial lake. They were regretting their decision when we met them as they ...
... been scrambling up until now, became perilous due to the weather conditions, so i decided to wait the rain out. Several hours later, it was still raining and i had no choice but to return back to Manali. I did visit Manu temple on the way back which lies at the top of Old Manali town. The temple is dedicated to the sage, Manu Rishni, who is the creator of the world according to the Hindu faith. The photos i took during the ealy parts of this day were the only pictures i managed to ...
... when people become little edgy, which is actually necessary to make the trip worth remembering. The same thing happened with us, one of our friends got determined to take a bath in hot spring (please note down conditions: early morning, below zero temperature, taking bath in open with chilly air). I didn't resist much his decision as I know “A man gotta do what he gotta do”. In the meantime, me and one of my friends went for a leisure ...
... went in search of
something to eat. Old Manali is full of lovely little cafes and
guesthouse and all manner of gift shops etc. It is very relaxing and you
can see why a lot of hippies come and chill out here. (Probably
something to do with the amount of hashish freely available also) We
found a cozy little restaurant overlooking the very swollen mountain
river that runs through Manali and had a great feed of all things ...
... sharing experiences about imprisonment for 5-6 years for practicing cultural traditions, not assimilating to Chinese culture, and collecting information to expose the current situation internationally, and the tortures they endured people seemed to have more restless and urgency to act now. Despite having differing opinions on best ways to free Tibet each group was respectful to one another stating they would attend ...