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... us a new take on India. The town of Manali is small, which means less beeping horns (very nice) and you can see snow-capped mountains and pine forests all around. The weather is decidedly chilly too, and we have needed to put away our shorts and vests and wear all the clothes we have in layers to keep warm. It’s much like a ski resort, with chalet type lodgings and guest houses perched on the mountain sides surrounded by ramshackle clusters of eateries and shops.
... Here Lord Murugan presides with Goddess Valli and Goddess Deivanai but at any one time, Lord Murugan could only be seen with either one of the spouses. For example, when viewed from one side, Lord Murugan could be seen with Goddess Valli and from the other side, with Goddess Deivanai.
As we went up the steps ...
After a long flying time with snippets of sleep we arrived in Chennai. The drive to our hotel could only be described as chaotic, cars, buses, motorbikes, pedestrians all share the space with near misses aplenty. We saw a family of four on a bike, no helmets, protective gear, it's amazing. The sun is really hot so after nearly getting run over crossing the road we found a cafe for two ...
So, during the intermission of the film fest, I texted the most "available" climbing partner I know to casually gauge his interest in a trip like this. Jason (Spiceman) immediately texted back - he said was on board for an international climbing adventure...and we started planning our adventure.
... dog was STILL with us we rewarded her with some of our sandwiches and decided to give her a name. We called her Pani which means water in Hindi as she was walking with us to the waterfall. We eventually got to the waterfall which was really impressive. There was a big gap behind it which you could easily walk through, however, as we got closer we saw a massive sign saying 'NO ENTRY' not put off by this Lewis barged on past with me wobbling after him nervously, ...