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Travel Blogs from Manali
... t become too modern and start wearing black and grey.
Amazing, delicious vegetarian food at all budget levels that very rarely disapoints. Also eating with hands... it makes so much sense.
Temples. So magical and peaceful.
Cows on the street :)
Things I will not miss are pollution, rubbish and noise!
I would like to come back again one day, especially to visit the places around the Himalaya. ...
... that cold beer sensation.
This blog thingy clearly owes a lot of its humour (?) to my pleasureable quest to remain fully hydrated at all times.
The plan from here on is to try and revisit the Coast North of Chennai before searching out croissant and coffee in a few days.
The exciting news today though is that I saw my first sign for Kannyakumari - but I won't be taking the direct route - imagine ...
... his fish the time before, and most importantly silence. No honks, no beggars and no serious pollution up in old Manali where cute
peaceful restaurants where spread out between every second store, where a large forest reserve ran down hill alongside the river filled with large green trees giving it an enchanting vibe walking among the thick old trunks, which were for some peculiar reason ...
... that Chandigarh was a reasonable distance to shoot for. Even though the overnight stop would break the ride up nicely, it would still be a long day in the saddle and I wanted to get moving.
Unfortunately, with reasoning that completely eluded me, this was the morning that Tim decided to do some souvenir shopping. Specifically, he wanted to get a jacket for his lovely wife, Jasmine. That in itself wasn’t such a bad idea; if he’d ...
... would play its role later in reducing our appetite. It was beginning to get very cold and the full moon was creeping up from behind the mountain. It was Purnima and surprisingly, and thankfully, it wasn’t raining, The Gods had been kind to us today.
We crawled into our tents around 9.30 and that involved some really tight maneuvering after fitting in the rucksacks. Ashish and I shared a tent, and Ranjan, Suraj and Chunni the other tent. The temp outside ...