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... trying to get on top of our
entries. At dinner time the owners cooked a massive dinner of chicken
curry and rice and rotis for all the guests. It was nice to eat some
meat again as we haven't been able to eat it very often. Almost the entire guesthouse was French
people apart from one other couple from Holland that unfortunately for
us also spoke french, so the conversation was mainly in french (don't
mention the ...
... As we made it to the top Thakur did some praying gesture probably thanking Pacha Mama or remembering a friend or companion lost on the mountains. From time to time he gave the minibus a shower as he drove under a waterfall surprising most of the sleeping Koreans, and amusing the others. We made our way downhill and were caught unprepared together with Luke Skywalker in the middle of a Star Wars scene. It seemed like someone had built little mud homes in ...
... a very bad dream, leaving behind no evidence of their existence. Still, I was reasonably sure we hadn’t imagined them. All would have been well except for the fact that every time we reached a small community the road turned to dirt, the air to diesel clouds and light traffic to congested insanity. Already, I missed the peace and quiet of Ladakh.
After about 45 minutes, just when my heart was beginning to sink at the thought of hundreds ...
... some locals and tourists alike. Von and co catch me up and I decide to take a guide from here and head straight up to Kalga.
We split, and I head off as the guide shoots off up into the forest. We're on a decent path to start off with but then suddenly he veers off onto a steep fern, marijuana and stinging nettle filled uphill, wet and slippery from the daily doses of rain. I go for it, but inevitably I struggle far more than the guide. He is older than ...
... near the end of the trip. Either way. It's been kind of overcast, but not too much rain. The Dragon Guest House has been nice--especially the price of 600 Rs. Every thing is cheaper here in Manali than in Leh. We also have consistent hot showers, a TV, and clean room. The Dragon Cafe is small attached cafe that Andrew and I sat at to drink a pot of tea yesterday and read. It's small, but convenient for avoiding walking in the drizzle. And yes, Andrew has ...