Travel Blogs from Manali
... fish thali meals, or poortta with fried chicken. It is all cooked in coconut oil, but it doesn't smell as I had expected it to. We alway remember Zara and the discussions we had about the virtues of coconut oil to cook in, we must be getting much healthier here eating all this coconut oil. We usually do that for lunch and then eat at more up market restaurants at night, so that Mark can have a beer before dinner. We are really over having ...
... We all had a great time both socially and both physically seeing we all were Plutzing (Used in Yiddish and now by Tyson and Andrea for really full) from the satisfying food. Post Hora dancing with the Rabbi and two other drunk Israelis we headed for some yummy Chai Masala at our favorite restaurant before hitting bed for a very necessary power nap which would hopefully give as a good head start going into a 17 hour drive up to Leh, the Capitol of Ladakh Obviously... ...
... so we can’t complain at all.
Thirdly, teaching. Our teaching consists of a lot of marking and correction of English at Kings, but we’re gradually finding our feet and becoming a bit more involved in the class teaching. The frequent power cuts that turn off the ceiling fans make it outrageously hot which is probably the worst thing. But they’re all good kids and it’s a laugh and feels structurally very similar to an English primary school. We try ...
... and reasoning that traffic through Rohtang would be heavy with tourists, we’d opted to relax, rest and make an early start on Monday. Unfortunately for us, callous cosmic forces then conspired to throw a very large spanner in the works. We ate, got sick, and spent most of the next 24 hours cold-sweating and waddling quickly to the bathroom.
As if our ill-health weren’t enough, Monday morning had ushered in rain and ...
... right across the slope, which proves quite some obstacle to avoid. I also witnessed one smash into the lift right behind me and another smash into the lift building. Fortunately no one was hurt. I did question the amount of control they had, but apparently they were in full control at all ...
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