Hotel Snow Princess
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... to Jwalaji and prayed day and night to no avail. Out of desperation he cut of his own head and offered it to Devi Ma. She then appeared to him riding a lion. She reconnected both his head and that of the horse. Devi Ma also offered Dhyanu Bhagat a boon. He requested that it should not be so difficult ...
... 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 ...
... a yak or two. The scenery at this stage was identical to the Power Rangers HQ right in the middle of the very rocky surroundings. Sharp slanted black teeth were pointing at us from the cliffs of the south, it was surreal, rare and pretty as a desert can be. After 17 hours of truly magnificent landscapes, we arrived to Leh as the sun set over the western range leaving us beautiful orange-reddish colours as a delicious dessert to the most spectacular drive we have had in our ...
... of staying for weeks and months. It is a place for spiritual and alternative learning and healing, but you can also come just to relax, have massages, go hiking, enjoy the amazing Tibetan food, do cooking courses, yoga etc... Which is more what we came to Mcleodganj to do. Nevertheless, let me just give a bit of info on what there is to do here:
Visitors flock here to do courses on Buddhism, as there are various courses and lessons offered by ...
... couldn’t wait to loose our guides and wipe the thing off.
The 20th of September finally brought round the long awaited swing of a leg over a top tube I.e. we were back on the bikes. The first day from Shimla to Narkanda was surprisingly easy bar the general strike which blocked the road with protests and made getting food a pain in the ****. Day two started with an awesome 37km down hill where we went from Alpine forests (2700m) to cacti and palms (700m) within a couple ...