Hotel Manali Castle
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... to Jwalaji and prayed day and night to no avail. Out of desperation he cut of his own head and offered it to Devi Ma. She then appeared to him riding a lion. She reconnected both his head and that of the horse. Devi Ma also offered Dhyanu Bhagat a boon. He requested that it should not be so difficult ...
... what their aims are etc. We also looked around a small museum with some Tibetan artifacts in. Since 'peacefully liberating' Tibet in 1949, the Chinese have destroyed 90% of Tibetan culture - temples, statues, buildings etc. What we saw had had to be carried out of the country over the Himalayas on foot as the Tibetans fled. As well as the Dalai Lama's temple there is another fantastic museum explaining much more about the Chinese occupation as well paying ...
... in McLeod Ganj. The most important Buddhist site in the town is Tsuglagkhang or Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama's temple
10/13 -28 Dharamsala
DISCOVERING THE GREEN HOTEL - 800 Rs
In the morning, Dave scoured the various sections of the small town for other hotel options. Most places around charge from 250 Rs to 450 Rs ($4.70 to $8.40) per night. Dave came back and said we’re moving. He showed ...
... one aged latch away from instant death by misadventure. He didn’t seem to be appreciating the opportunity to meditate on his mortality. In fact it consistently produced the same reaction; a total body tensing coupled with either an odd guttural groan or the hissing sound of air being rapidly sucked through his teeth. Prepared for any calamitous eventuality, he spent the entire crossing of the pass with one hand on the handle and the ...
... realizing that the joke had worn thin, it grudgingly conceded, coughed to life and ran flawlessly.
Clinging grimly to the sloping mountainside, a small town came into view. It was barely noon, but just 2.5 hours after breakfast we had already reached Keylong; by far our shortest ride and earliest arrival so far. The circumstance raised a question: Should we continue on to Rohtang? On the one hand it would be really nice to shake that ...