Hotel Snow Princess
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... reach our hotel in the little village of Keylong (3,350m) which is strung out along the side of the mountain. After a beer, a rest and dinner, most shoot off to bed feeling pretty weary. I tried to send emails with no success. I really enjoyed the day. Scenery was stunning, the riding was challenging but not excessively so. I had a few problems with my bike causing it to stop in awkward places. The mechanics will hopefully fix it tonight. They think it is due to dirt in the ...
... but, not wanting to spark a rescue mission by not returning, we headed back down to watch a gorgeous sunset from our ridge and catch a few hours kip between the stray dogs barking. The next morning, now with or new friend and guide Sanjay, we retraced our steps to the snow line cafe, had a quick slide down a particularly steep bit of snow and then headed out towards the glacier and cave, Lhass cave. It was only 3km to the cave but it was the hardest trek ...
... manage that??
And there were many others we met. We started the day at our spot near the front desk of the Green Restaurant. The regulars who came and went would stop for a chat usually starting the conversation with ‘you’re here again!” then they would share their stories…and recommendations. A bit of a friendly-family routine.
Then we’d read or write or surf ...
We were not wrong in thinking that getting a visa and catching a plane the same day would be tricky! The first indication that the day would be a brain boiler was the Indian consul telling us to come back at 4pm to collect our visas when our already booked flight left at 9.50pm. An anxious few hours later and a rushed phone call to rearrange our taxi to the airport later and we made it to check in with time to spare. Knowing that air line companies can be a pain in the **** with bikes ...
... and, as instructed, mentioned our Israeli friends. The owner, Mann, cheerfully welcomed us to Manali; not only did he have a double room available but he would meet us in town, help us unload and lead us there. Things were looking up; we’d crossed Rohtang, our accommodations were sorted and we were still alive. All in all, a good day.
In an unused lot of land beside an empty school we unloaded the bikes, our gear and handed our ...