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We left Keylong around 8am. The roads were extremely tough going as we
continued our journey towards Manali, we passed many waterfalls and
slips. The road was just so destroyed. It was slow going. It is even
tougher when the driver drives like such a "pussy". Its his first time
driving in the mountains on roads like this. We are literally getting
passed by the local school buses. At one point during the drive to Leh.
Peter asked to drive. We doubled our ...
... all sorts and no empty bus in sight. I was worried, maybe they forgot us? maybe they ditched us, taking our money and leaving us stranded? I began investigating. Questioning other tourists, getting on buses and asking who is the boss of this whole ordeal. Eventually a young dude, 150 centimeters tall, pat me on my shoulders and told me not to worry. "I will get you on a bus, I am the boss". Eventually after being beautifully coated with a thick layer of dust and a faster ...
... some time searching through the thousands of scarves to pick our favorites. We found a lovely shop and amazing shop owner who actually listened to our budget and showed us scarves we could afford. We made sure to bring Sarah back here to avoid the hassle of every other emporium. We managed to get some good workouts in as our guesthouse was 3 km from New Manali and also did a trek one day to the Solang Valley.
... September 20th 2012: Manali – Swarghat (via Mandi and Bilaspur)
It was bound to happen eventually. In truth, I was surprised it hadn’t happened earlier; after all, it’s hard to travel closely with anyone without the occasional niggle getting blown out of all proportion.
Over the 30 years that I’ve known Tim, I’ve probably wasted entire weeks of my life waiting for him. His unswerving tardiness is a ...
... plus an extra 100 rupees. He doesn't do much but nod his head to himself. I'm left unsure of the generosity of my tip. Ah well. I look around the place and end up chatting to some Ozzy people. A girl and two guys. Well sound and about my age. They tell me they're staying up somewhere nearby and invite me. We stay chatting for a good while before going up to their guesthouse. It's a well nice place run by a German woman and English man couple. They charge only ...
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