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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Trishul Manali
It was good stay in this cottage. view point is also very nice from hotel
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... line is at Moranda near Palampur, 30 km. Taxis and buses are available at both places. By road, Chamunda Devi is 15 km from Dharamsala and 55 km from Jwalamukhi.
... so keep on looking after yourselves and each other ok! We’ve been struggling to get any internet connection (despite it being promised everywhere) so we’re checking our emails and updating these pages as much as possible, it’s the mountains after all so fibre optic cable hasn’t made it here yet - and long may that continue, well apart from when its promised and not delivered of course, that’s just false economy ha ha!
Sadly we had our ...
... of spirituality because they're running away from something, Hindu pilgrims visiting the sacred towns on the Ganges, legitimate Indian yoga teachers and yogis, and the assorted "spiritual" con-men and con-beggars. The most obvious scam beggars being the ones who wear the orange robes and dress like the legitimate sadhus and religious ascetics to con money off unsuspecting tourists. But at least they're equal opportunity con-artists, targeting western and Indian tourists alike. ...
... that we didn’t see any of them ! Just Tibetan women with huge bunny rabbits wanting to have a photo taken ( so they can charge you ofcourse ) and men selling bags of Candy Floss with enough sugar to keep you awake for a month!
We then walked to Old Manali approx 2 Km away , this was a really nice walk and we saw a few places to eat but a lot of places are closed down. It’s the end of the Summer season and just before Ski season. There are ...
... Rohtang Pass before the day was done. I shuffled over to the window and peered through the thin curtain:
“Oh. My. God. Tim, you are not gonna believe this”
“Come take a look”
Outside our window, the street was blanketed in snow that was still gently falling in fat, wet flakes. Our poor bikes sulked miserably beneath thick coats of slush. Praying that it was a bizarre ...