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Travel Blogs from Manali
... up a couple of travellers along the
way. Enter Joanna and Sharon (pronounced in the Israeli fashion like
Ariel Sharon not like an Essex bird). They were in a different car
but decided to eject themselves at Pang after their 28 year old
driver severely beat up an elderly Tibetangentleman. This is
genuinely no joke. Luckily Donna was able to assess him a bit
(Breathing fine, heart rate fine, eyes fine, not spouting
gobledigook) but she had no ...
... few days...which costs a fortune! We also don't have all the right gear with us so would end up forking out to hire more stuff. We've done a few day stomps which to be honest have been really good. I'm a really slow walker which annoys Lewis a bit I think...I just don't understand why you would want to rush when there is so much to see everywhere...and I'm epically clumsy so may fall off a cliff if I walk too fast! A few days ago we walked to a waterfall in ...
... the river on Jhulla and we cross the river one by one.Once again we are ready to walk but this time it was little difficult to climb towards the hill side because now it was getting dark after one hour about 6:45PM ...
... seats further back (got thrown around a bit on potholes) and a REALLY loud Bollywood film set in London. Didn't manage an awful lot of sleep but after some of the stories about buses through India I think we've been pretty lucky.
So all of that takes us to our first day in Manali. We have lovely, chilled out accomodation. We've wandered around a little and are looking forward to quite a bit more exploring tomorrow.
... gold-roofed temple with its bright red prayer wheels, and oh - what's this? Here we see an outrageously cheeky big brown bull helping himself to no less than three enormous fat white parsnips from the (momentarily) unguarded streetside vegetable stall. I gasp in disbelief at the brazen audacity of the crime.
So, what's here?
There's a Hindu temple complex with a swimming pool. And another temple where you have to walk into a lion's ...