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... built a temple there . It is believed that the Pandavas came later and renovated the temple.
It was Dhyanu Bhagat who spread Devi Mata's name. He lived at the time of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Dhyanu Bhagat was passing through Delhi with a ...
... to explore further a field we headed over to Vashist where the hot springs are located. Not entirely sure if there was a walking track there we jumped into a rickshaw on the way there. Again it was evident that they weren't made for this terrain as it strained to get up the hill.
As we got out the rickshaw it was clear that it was a busy wee place with daily building, selling and women wandering offering photographs with giant ...
... altitude certainly will. We stayed over
night at a road side tent village called Pang, sitting at 4,500m
above sea level. Donna suffered with the altitude. Previously to to
this trip the highest her little head had ever been was five foot
three above sea level so she did quite well to make it up to 4,500m
so quickly. Having to climb to 5,380m the next morning didn't make
things much better but the rapid descent to Leh, still residing at ...
... from the forest despite the afternoon rain. It eventually eased making for a pleasant afternoon walk. The panoramic views of Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Kangra valley were often covered in a thick bed of cloud and when we reached the summit we only had a few moments of a view of the mighty Dhauladhar ranges before a dense fog engulfed us. It mattered little as we had thoroughly enjoyed the walk and were too busy ...
... plus an extra 100 rupees. He doesn't do much but nod his head to himself. I'm left unsure of the generosity of my tip. Ah well. I look around the place and end up chatting to some Ozzy people. A girl and two guys. Well sound and about my age. They tell me they're staying up somewhere nearby and invite me. We stay chatting for a good while before going up to their guesthouse. It's a well nice place run by a German woman and English man couple. They charge only ...