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 ...
... every 30 min till Manikaran. You can also avail the benefit of a taxi from Kullu till Manikaran.
Approx. it’s a 600 km drive. Take the GT Karnal Highway (NH-1) and take a light dinner at Karnal Haweli or some other well-known Dhaba's at Murthal.
Till Chandigarh please stay on the same Highway, after Chandigarh take the road towards Bhuntar (Kullu).Once we are about to cross the city you will find a diversion which is going ...
... 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 ...
... going off on a tangential rant against the big pharma conspiracy and the people who control all the world’s money…..
And then the perky and friendly Francie and Claudie, best friends from the UK, two of the youngest ‘gap’ year travelers we have met at 19 years old. They were in India on a volunteer project teaching English before Francie got seriously ill with hepatitis and jaundis and they took ...