Hotel New Adarsh
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... to a place called Ladahk which has freezing deserts and looks like Mars, but not this time!
Whilst we’ve been here, we’ve explored the town a bit, done some shopping for wool socks, jumpers, thermal pants and blankets to keep us warm! We’ve found somewhere which looks really cozy to stay, with the most enormous bed, and have been abusing the room service and even Scotty even managed to watch the Manchester derby match on TV last night! As our bellies ...
After a 90km bus ride lasting 9 hours We've arrived in manali. I'm traveling with a Canadian girl named Matia whom I met in McLeodganj. We came to the bus stop about 6 am and went straight to old manali. We met some other people on the bus that new the way. I'm not to sure what to make of this place yet. I thought that being high season it would be busier. There are really not many people here. A lot of hippies and your typical ...
... rope gun - but he also personally knows the best trekking outfitter in Manali, Omi Prakash. Omi would be able to negotiate all the transport, base camp equipment, food, cooks and horsemen - and also help us navigate the confusing climbing permit process requirements in India.
... and near deafened by the waterfall. Poor Pani! All she wanted was a sandwich! She walked back with us to New Manali town where she ran off as soon as she recognised her surroundings! We haven't seen her since...she's probably still recovering! Anyway...we like doing our own thing here. Manali is a great place to just chill! It is totally set up for backpackers with comfy cafes selling western food and beer aplenty. There's little shops selling everything you ...
... 17 years. He had even met the Dalai Lama, his Holiness himself on several occasions for a cup of tea. Very, very cool! We waited patiently behind metal barriers like excited groupies at a concert; a borrowed silk, orange, Buddhist banner stretching across our 15 pairs of arms. It was a humouress sight really and a little too good to be true in reality. Security may as well have picked us up by the scruff of our necks and plonk us back outside as a few minutes later, we ...