Hotel Satkar Residency
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... of people and sellers all crammed in was immense, stalls selling gadgets, brightly coloured sari’s, all manner of food and snacks and thousands of people walking around the streets and alleyways making their purchases. We were the only white people there, so quite a spectacle for the locals! We found the famous cake and sweet shop and munched down on some tasty treats and prayed that our bellies could handle them, the shop looked extremely hygienic considering the ...
Leaving the pretty town of Manali we crossed the turbulent river and within 5kms started climbing through a spectacular valley with intense greenery and many waterfalls. As the altitude climbed we went into the cloud. Some fairly muddy patches and a couple of the group got stuck or fell off. Low speed so not damaging. In places there were hairpin after hairpin as we just seemed to climb forever. We climb above the tree line and the terrain is harsh with enormous granite ...
... and videos they had recorded when were in the air. I would have tried to look better if I knew there was a guy with a 60x zoom camera in his hand recording me! We all took our recordings for Rs.400/ person after much bargaining.
On the way back, we stopped at the river. It was surrounded by forests. It was calm and silent and the only sound was that of the nearby stream ...
... she is just an employee! But she is a daughter-in-law of the owner. The owner comes by now and then asking how things are going. He never stops in for long.
Bablu and Umesh are a pair of young men from the far north-east state of Bsihar, a poor area. They take the orders and serve the food. They mix thing up now and then but always get things corrected with a smile. It is usually busy in the restaurant, but in between orders ...
In the afternoon, we trudged down the hill and into town. Following the road made for a long walk but the weather was good and we had absolutely nothing better to do. Keylong is situated at 3,080 m (10,100 ft) and located 126 km (78 mi) from Manali, 120 km (75 mi) from the Indo-Tibetan border and 51 km (32 mi) from the Rohtang pass, which vindictively cuts the tiny town off from the outside world every year from late September ...