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... for some pictures. When I got out, I asked Kim how her experience was. She told me that she left the women’s area. After getting past the door, all of the women were bathing in the nude. She got out of there without dipping even a toe in the water! I told her I would have traded places with her!!
It was very late by the time we reached Manali. It was already dark. We had seen pictures of the hotel before we came, but we did ...
... 6 hrs for up and down journey.
approximately 4 Km's away from the Town is a Beautiful natural hot water spring known as Manikaran Hot waters spring, a Holy place to the Sikhs, u can take a short Dip in the se waters as they have healing and Medical properties which relaxes your body..
Apart from Kasol if you have an extended stay then you can take your excursion trips ...
... bump. If I take nothing else from this trip, I swear I will never take sleeping horizontally for granted again. With no idea how much further we had to go, or even where in the darkness we were, we dragged on blindfolded to Leh.
For all the bruises, this stunning and awful road was the beginning of my love affair with the North. A humbling and inspiring experience which rekindled my affection for this country's vast beauty plus the incredible, unbreakable resourcefulness of its people. ...
... The lovely thing about it is that it is at a fairly high altitude so it is nice and cool when the rest of India is scorching and dusty. I think my hardy adventurous days of roughing it in the filth and grime of India might be over. I'm certainly enjoying the relative calm of being in the mountains.
We have rented a little apartment for a month at a cost of 9,000 rupees, which is about 110 pounds between us. We have one room, a bathroom and a kitchen on the top floor ...
... kazakhstan, Uzbekistan couldn't ride across Pakistan and flew to Delhi and rode up to Dharamsal. They can't get permission to enter Burma so they can't reach Bangkok so their trip ends here. It seems impossible that they have ridden this far in 4 months. There are a lot of people doing treks and walking 45 kms a day and thinking nothing of it. I am still struggling with my 140 steps.