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... is closed on tuesday..please ensure you get the route clearance before travel else you are sure to be stuck in traffic jam for atleast 2 hours..
5) never buy saffron, kesar or other dry fruits on the way to rohtang...they sell duplicate...also please bargain with the horse wallas..one horse trip up and down should cost you only Rs.600. We paid Rs.1000 per horse
6)Wherever you go and buy anything, please bargain...else you end up paying exorbitant ...
... 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 ...
... incredible with snowy mountains either side! Crazy golf- discovered a Swiss run course that was rock hard, and we took it on for 2 rounds! Laura threw a paddy part way through after a 9 shot hole, doh! Guess who won??? The course was hidden among an apple orchard, so no one could see our shocking form! Dress making- so Laura decided to have a dress made and after agonising hours looking at material she finally picks some! We go to a tailor who takes her measurements. We ...
... all sorts and no empty bus in sight. I was worried, maybe they forgot us? maybe they ditched us, taking our money and leaving us stranded? I began investigating. Questioning other tourists, getting on buses and asking who is the boss of this whole ordeal. Eventually a young dude, 150 centimeters tall, pat me on my shoulders and told me not to worry. "I will get you on a bus, I am the boss". Eventually after being beautifully coated with a thick layer of dust and a faster ...