Hotel Manali Continental
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... of rock from major land slides. For the latter half of the day the landscape has been quite barren with us obviously above the tree line. We passed a landlocked lake fed by snow melt. At times the surrounding mountains are quite rounded with patches of snow, and at others they are steep, craggy, snow covered peaks. In mid afternoon we arrive at our camp, a tented camp with about 30 tents and a large mess tent for meals. Camp's name is Planet Himalaya and it's at 4,400m. Each ...
... of spirituality because they're running away from something, Hindu pilgrims visiting the sacred towns on the Ganges, legitimate Indian yoga teachers and yogis, and the assorted "spiritual" con-men and con-beggars. The most obvious scam beggars being the ones who wear the orange robes and dress like the legitimate sadhus and religious ascetics to con money off unsuspecting tourists. But at least they're equal opportunity con-artists, targeting western and Indian tourists alike. ...
... Leh for medical treatment.
We stayed in Manali for another few nights and
then headed on a Harrisons travels' deluxe bus to Dharamshala. I feel
the need to elaborate on the exact state of this 'deluxe' bus. There
must be an obscure colloquialism of deluxe in a lesser known language
that translates as particularly offensive piece of **** found growing
around the back of a U-bend. The bus was shoddy but at least it ...
... into it was a chore in itself as the driver had to park on a "slant". Then we looked as to how we would get back down the road to town. What took 20 minutes to come up, took near 2 1/2 hours to go back down.
It was truly an adventuresome trip to and fro that we are so glad to have taken part in.
The next day we did some looking within the town itself, and to Old Manali. Two other stops was the Devi Temple and ...
... getting on his feet, he set up his cooking class business.
Sangey's story brought tears to some of us, and we just couldn't believe that Tibetans were forced to risk their lives just to have the freedom to live a free life, not a life dictated by Chinese authorities. After hearing this story the phrase 'Free Tibet' was ringing ever so loudly in our heads. We rushed out and bought a 'Free Tibet' shirt to protest against China's inhumane treatment of the 'country' ...