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... mostly women, working old wooden looms with this very fine thread. Stopped for lunch at a roadside cafe, sitting outside under sun shades. Some nice chili bites for starters, then two vegetarian curries and nice rotis. Very pleasant. Most of the two hour ride after lunch to our hotel was along the turbulent river. It would be an exciting raft ride (lots of places offering these) as the river has continuous rapids with no flat water. I missed it, but others observed acres ...
... just besides the Parvati river and gigantic mountains beyond the river, slowly-slowly descending height, as moving towards the Kasol (which is placed in the valley known as Parvati valley). The traffic was more or less extinct on the highway, but whatever little it was, more than enough for an accident. We saw a head on collision between two cars, luckily both were damn slow at that time, so just some scratches and big bumps on the car bodies only. ...
... and nap-assister
B) included a handy flap for stealing a situation update between naps
C) intimidated passers by into thinking we represented some new branch of imaginatively turbaned Taliban.
We reconvened with Diarrhoea Dan at lunchtime when our van deposited us at a strip of restaurant tents trading on the convoy of hungry drivers, cyclists, motorbikers and disorientated passengers from both directions. The Tibetan influence was evident in the ...
... it into the village are mostly in the river so it’s not that impossible to believe. We eat some of the best food here. Sunshine cafe for Canadian breakfast, Dylan’s Roasted and Toasted for good coffee and even better music, Lazy Dog Lounge for Vietnamese spring rolls and cider and Johnsons for the wine. Overall we didn’t necessarily see all Manali had to offer in the means of extreme sports and hill walks but we did some bloody good ...
... Indian. The people generally seem more relaxed and the men are way less creepy, the Tibetan food is also really great! The cooler weather has made for some more necessary shopping. We have all purchased beautiful blanket shawls, slippers and hats to brave the cold nights.
We had originally planned to leave tomorrow heading for Manali, however it is the Hindu holiday of Holi and have decided to spend it ...