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... m pretty sure I wasn’t too far behind the winner of the run (who I think was a girl….). Hundreds of people were running the Majja Run, and hundreds more ran the Open 10k and Elite 10k, as well as a fancy dress race; so as you can imagine from that, there were a lot of people about!
On the Wednesday of my last week in Bangalore the team and I went on a leaving send off type thing, we went bowling and for a meal afterwards, my bowling skills ...
... away from the blazing hot sun and humidity of Manali. While I sat ringing out my socks on the other side of the river in fact, I caught my first glimpse of snow.
As the glaciers became larger and larger, so the traces of any wildlife and sufficient oxygen levels became smaller and smaller, and after we’d crossed a stream trickling into a huge sheet of ice on the river, all that lay before us was an upward slope of jagged ...
... few weeks as that snowline creeps downward and I know there is one of the same above me that I may encounter before I finish. As the days get shorter the morning chill bites harder. The temperature hovers near freezing in the morning and although I am gifted with a short snowfall on my last days I do not have the ‘white-blanket experience.
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When the sun beats down the monsoon season the entire valley comes alive with every color, ...
Manali was a good place to hit the ground. After working the summer festival circuit, giving up the house in August and spending the intervening weeks with a succession of doctors, dentists, friends and relatives to see we were suddenly without anywhere we had to be, without anything that must be done. In fact with both of us feeling a little under par from all manner of unseen assailants and in need of a little getting used to our ...
... ganj. We went to the monastery and the home of the Dalai lama and it was so peaceful and tranquil - a nice way to pass an afternoon. In their temple there were a number of offerings in front of pictures of people considered important to their faith (e.g. the dalai lama, buddha, etc.) and i decided that if i were a god, or semi-deity, i would like people following me to adopt a similar approach - in addition to plenty of money being offered there were piles of food - and not ...