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... been scrambling up until now, became perilous due to the weather conditions, so i decided to wait the rain out. Several hours later, it was still raining and i had no choice but to return back to Manali. I did visit Manu temple on the way back which lies at the top of Old Manali town. The temple is dedicated to the sage, Manu Rishni, who is the creator of the world according to the Hindu faith. The photos i took during the ealy parts of this day were the only pictures i managed to ...
... at 1.30. That was good, 15 minutes of extra sleep. The food was great, home style Indian cooking, hearty, healthy and filled with complexed flavors, vegetarian, of course. If only I can cook like this I truly wouldn't mind being a vegetarian. The conversation was a bit awkward. I don't know why I feel so nervous around these people. If occurred to me that they are so filled with the light of the Holy spirit, from their life long journey walking with the LORD that I feel so pale ...
... 8221; there for breakfast and left again for our destination. And one thing more, Aloo paranthas in north are unrivaled, the taste, the aroma, couldn't get more, I know it’s a redundant fact, but still worth mentioning.
Soon, after we took a mysterious turn from Kullu-Manali national highway (it took almost 15 minutes and lot of arguments between us to figure out that particular turn), we were 40 Kms away from Kasol. On this highway, we ...
... went in search of
something to eat. Old Manali is full of lovely little cafes and
guesthouse and all manner of gift shops etc. It is very relaxing and you
can see why a lot of hippies come and chill out here. (Probably
something to do with the amount of hashish freely available also) We
found a cozy little restaurant overlooking the very swollen mountain
river that runs through Manali and had a great feed of all things ...
... as a procession of 30 people or so march to some festival location. I am told that in the summer all the valley Deities are marched to a central location, placed in a circle facing each other and ‘meet’ as a large celebration proceeds around them.
It may be cold for segments of the year but the simplicity of lifestyle, along with the humble character it seems to breed, seems quite a compelling way to ...