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... br> the used wrappers and bottles straight out of the window! Thereby lies one of
India`s true enigmas.
It has a reputation for being less than clean and is it any
surprise when quite sophisticated and well turned out people like this bunch have such a
disregard for their own countryside?
The train ride was embellished by numerous stops at some
quite extraordinary small railway stations. This enforced the fact that whilst
it is a ...
... inquiring about the buses and after a good half an hour there was no definite answer from anyone. It was like no one goes to that village. After spending some more time searching for the answers, I got to know that only one bus goes from Lakkarbazar to Khatnol at 9:45 AM.
But I wanted to start early from Shimla so that I can come back on the same day. I came back to Mall road and again went all the way down to lower ...
... scenery and nature at its best. After five more minutes you will reach the temple gate and see the final stairs leading right up to the temple/shali peak.
Just pay respect to the goddess and enjoy the panoramic view of all the valleys. Shimla is clearly visible from the peak, along with Kinnaur Range, Manali Kaza range and Kullu Range. The altitude I was at that time was near 3000 metres. I used an altitude app. ...
... around Kasol, she had left there at 10:30 this morning, and that we shouldn't hold out hope that a bus would actually arrive. About the same time a shared-taxi jeep was just about to leave in that direction and it looked like it wasn't quite full, so I didn't hesitate to jump up shouting "Manikaran!"; the driver quoted me a reasonable 50 rupees (about 70p), so I climbed in with ten locals and we set off along the bumpy road with me hoping that my backpack would ...
... side of the valley in which Tosh lies (albeit on the other side of the valley). This is where my confidence in my guide-porter began to waver. The path branched in a number of places (as I had been warned by people in Khir Ganga) and at each juncture he paused to decide which branch to take.
We continued in this fashion up the eastern side of the valley. In places the path disappeared amongst the trees and undergrowth but each time my guide-porter ...