Hotel Hayer Regency
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... freshness and chill cleans your nostrils and almost seems more oxygenated in some way.
After a twisty bumpy ride in our taxi, a stop off for chai and some new scenery observed we arrived in Manali. This place is substantially different from other Indian towns we have visited so far. The population looks different and are heavily influenced by Tibet and China which boarder this region, so faces look different, dress is different and the buildings, streets and roads ...
... to win the king in a battle as it would fulfil the Asura’s wishes. As expected, Khoran was victorious in the battle and Bhageerathan was banished to a jungle. At this juncture, the king met Narada and pleaded for his blessings. He wanted to regain his lost kingdom. Narada asked Bhagareethan to go to Sage Dhurvasar who guided the king to observe vratam on Fridays.
The king followed the advice of ...
... have a fit. Had great fun finding interesting people and capturing them on Samsung. [use to be film].
Had a great buffet lunch at the hotel, lots of flavours and varieties all for $12/head. Roof top dinner last night was more expensive and less enjoyable.
We leave at 6.30am tomorrow for a double-decker train trip to Bangalore.
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Sometime in late 2012, I found myself in the Victoria theater in San Francisco. I was there for a climbing-related film festival. One of the films, which took place in India, really inspired and motivated me. I decided that I wanted, needed, to take a climbing trip to a remote location - and try to climb some unclimbed peaks.
... by the dog. We then had to cross the Beas River, which is fast flowing with a fair bit of white water. We were told there were some footbridges but by the time we found them we'd already taken our shoes off, rolled up our trousers, and waded across some bits of the river...dog still following. We stopped for a cup of chai in a local cafe across the river before starting the hour walk up hill to the waterfall. Part way up the hill we stopped for lunch. ...