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Travel Blogs from Manali
... within a whisper of large trucks as oncoming traffic closes in. Part of it feels dangerous, part of it seems like a sumphony. Either way, it works...and I think that some of the uptight Seattle drivers could use some of this traffic experience for a bit of perspective.
The quiet cabin is behind me but the mountain quiet is not. For a few days I am planting myself at a small guest house with relatives of Sangat Ram hosting. This is time to get caught up with the ‘real’ world.
Significantly lower than my retreat cabin, yet over one thousand feet above the thrashing river at the base of this huge valley, this village of 25 houses or so is tranquil and peaceful. When a bus ...
... onwards, upwards, ever higher into the clouds and thin air.
Peering through the windows over non guard-railed, crumbling edges that dropped thousands of feet to suddenly bloated rivers was like watching a car crash; we couldn’t help but look. Over the next few hours, on close to a dozen occasions, we pulled over and perched mere inches from the brink to allow oncoming Tata trucks to pass. This placed Tim exactly one truck door ...
... enjoy the following Tibetan recipe:
Thanthuk: Tibetan Flat Noodle Soup
- 1 cups flour - 1 egg - water to consistency
- 1 tbs mustard/soy bean oil
Mix ingredients with one finger (so there is no sticky hands) untill combined, then knead well for 5 mins untill smooth and stretchy. Roll dough into thin sausages and rub with mustard oil (oil will make dough soft and the noodles not stick together).
- 4 tbl of ...
... from a roadside fruit and veg vendor and stocking up on water, we happened upon a shortcut back to the main road. Bloody hell but those stairs were steep. Even though there were probably only a hundred, it felt more like a thousand. My knees and thighs were screaming and I was gasping for breath like an octogenarian asthmatic by the time we got to the top. The rest of the day was spent doing not much of anything; resting and relaxing, staying hydrated, napping ...