Hotel Manali Continental
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... to show their devotion. Mata said that in the future if someone offered a coconut she would accept it as if they had offered their own head. To this day people continue to offer coconuts to the Goddess in Her temples all over the world. Jwala mata is Kuldevi of Bhatiya (now lives in Gujarat) and ...
... the 136 people who have self immolated since 2009. I find it crazy that they number of people can feel that strongly about it that they're not just willing to commit suicide but to do it in the most horrific, painful way (setting themselves on fire). It's also crazy that I hadn't seen any of this on the news. It took just (!) one self immolation to spark the whole of the Arab spring...
April the 22nd was world Earth day so Matt, Susie and I donned ...
... Green Hotel Restaurant, a modern airy place with indoor and outdoor seating. It looked like an inviting place to hang out. I was shown a large room with night stands, a small couch, table and a small flat screen TV. It was complete, a decorated room, which you don’t get with the 300 Rs rooms in town. Plumbing in the bathroom was on par with the 300 Rs rooms. It has leaky, poor quality fixtures in an all-in-one cube. I didn't need to look ...
... my shoulders; ready to slam the door open, bail out and haul me along with him at a moment’s notice should the edge give way beneath our wheels. His angst was understandable, still, I thought it was a bit harsh of him to suggest I **** Off when I asked how he was enjoying the view.
As we toiled ever upwards we became increasingly thankful that we hadn’t attempted to ride. Mist and clouds swirled around savage, ...
... our back but, on the other hand, it would almost certainly make for a very long day. Crossing the pass in the afternoon when we were tired and when it would probably be thick with traffic didn’t seem wise. A better option would be to rest up, wait a day and tackle it with a good night’s sleep. In the meantime, we’d have to cross our fingers that the weather stayed fine and dry. In retrospect, this wouldn’t be the most stress-free decision of our ...