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... Pass. The rain and mild hail had most Indians covered in one piece, head to foot weather gear (we call them snowmobile suits in Canada). There were food stands interspersed with parties throughout the mountain pass.
Little did we know that the worst part of our day lay ahead. We were less than 50 km away from Manali but it took us over 4 hours to travel that distance. The first hold up was a section of road that had washed away ...
... session writing test scenarios, cases and executing these, logging any defects. It was useful to do this manually and think about what is needed rather than using QC where some fields are already dealt with for us. To continue Emma's birthday celebrations, we ventured into the city to our favourite, understated local eatery ... The ITC! Having been distracted by the hotel coffee shop as we first arrived there, we managed to fit in a few macaroons! Various flavours ...
Eight hours after leaving Manali, we are finally driving up the Miyar River Valley, hoping to make our way to the trailhead that night.
... they know you? You first have to sign up for membership of some shawl association of Himachal Pradesh by paying 1000 as membership fees. He even went on to tell us to pay just 1000 now and pay the rest after delivery of all the goods. These girls were ready to sign up for it until a quick Google search revealed it was a huge scam and we immediately walked out.
Downhill, we went on to book taxis for the next day to Rohtang Pass. There ...
... with drums and elaborate costumes, perhaps starting from one of the countless mini-temples that pop up wherever you you might find yourself - there's always a surprise round every corner.
Time now for a quick snooze, but a new destination a little up the road beckons and thus I find myself on the night train to Bangalore, home of your friendly customer service representatives - and epicentre of the burgeoning IT revolution.