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Travel Blogs from Manali
... altitude certainly will. We stayed over
night at a road side tent village called Pang, sitting at 4,500m
above sea level. Donna suffered with the altitude. Previously to to
this trip the highest her little head had ever been was five foot
three above sea level so she did quite well to make it up to 4,500m
so quickly. Having to climb to 5,380m the next morning didn't make
things much better but the rapid descent to Leh, still residing at ...
... back to the hotel. The girls just slept off. We started discussing about how dirty our room is. We debated it for sometime why the girls' room is clean. Then we came to a conclusion that the amount of cleanliness is relative. Even a girls room is dirty if she can't find the thing she's searching in an organised room. Later followed random talks and I dozed off somewhere in the middle.
... the slightly tamed-down version and got the jist of the festival. We were happy to have strategically planned out our Holi outfits because none of our clothes survived the day. As you will see from the photos we received our fair share of colour. The locals get excited with the foreigners participating and don’t hold back on the paint. After a couple of hours in Dharamsala we took a taxi back up the hill to Mcleod Ganj. We were ...
... in time for lunch. Sitting on a slate patio of the Norling Cafe, we eat noodles and chat. After lunch, a young Tibetan man shows us around. The Norbulingka Institute is dedicated to preserving and handing ...
... it wasn't a problem. Yes, it was a problem, but he couldn't give two hoots! It was 4am and freezing!
So the ride to Manali was cold and after only three hours we were just 40 miles away from our destination, but the next 40 miles took another four hours. Strangely, we were at the wrong end of a popular tourist destination. For as far as the eye could see from our vantage ...