Hotel Manali Castle
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Day 1-Sep 25th- Reached Manali by 8AM. checked in at the guest house. freshened up and visited local sight seeing (vashisht temple, hidimba temple, Monastery, manu temple, club house) - sort of OK day
Day 2 - Sep 26th - Visited Rohtang...arduous journey as the last 16 KM were torturous with erratic roads..at a particular stretch after Madi, we had to walk on foot for 500mts as the road was full of ...
... with Leonard there and serve for at least 10 years. You have to understand the need of the people, and then prepare yourself by picking up the necessary skills through observations at larger centers. You are in a way not only a surgeon but also the family doctor, the friend, the companion, the healer, the comforter, the person to hold their hands or to wipe away their tears. You must be able to love them, and always strive to love them the way Jesus loves them, feeding the ...
... somehow got trapped in the same problem. But, luckily it was the smallest jam I had ever seen, just few vehicles; one truck got stuck on the hilly road. Soon, we entered in the kasol and were looking everywhere with so much excitement like when little children put their first step inside a carnival. Looking here and there, checking out everyone and reading out everything.
At that point of time, we were hungry like hell and our first priority became ...
... up for
a war with each other over the Iranian nuclear programme.
We'll just cross our fingers and hope that doesn't happen as we believe there will
be no winners. (Except maybe the shareholders of BAE systems etc )
After a good night we headed home for much needed rest. We got up early
the next morning ate french toast and pancakes washed down with Indian
tea (Chai) and prepared for our big drive towards ...
... to the Hadimba Temple, having beakfast and drinking Masala Chai by the riverside, browsing through the many pashmina shops, touching yaks and giant bunnies, afternoon chocolate cake and chai, strolling through the pine forest, purchasing a heater for our room( yes its THAT cold here at night), and finishing off our day with a warm Indian curry and butter naan bread. A spectacular first day in Manali! For our second day in Manali we decided to do a 15km hike ...