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... rabbits with multi coloured wigs.
Weaving our way through the hustle and bustle we removed our shoes and went for a look at the hot spring Public baths.
Not quite feeling brave enough to venture in we just took a look inside then ventured out to trek to the Waterfall.
When we initially reached the waterfall we were the only ones bar one person.Tyler had brought his guitar and provided a mellow atmosphere as we took in ...
... this blog post.
And no trip to India for me would be complete without a final shopping trip to pick up some things that are not available in Thailand, such as my favorite toothpaste and soap.
When the time came for me to head to the airport, Oceana decided that she wanted to go with me. When it became clear that she was not going to be able to go with me, she started crying and screaming. I felt so bad. I suppose she had grown attached to me over ...
... 3.500m, eased the pressure in her brain slightly.
Unfortunately the altitude combined with a virus picked up somewhere
or other left Donna in bed for her entire time in Leh.
Leh itself is a quite city. The surrounding
mountains made for picture perfect scenery and we visited a number
of Tibetan monasteries but after one two days we got back in the car
for the return journey to Manali. The return trip offered an equal
amount of awe and we ...
... highway that goes to Leh, some 480 kms from Manali.
Once we reached our destination, some 10 kms from Rohtang Pass, we alighted from the car and took to foot power to carry us the rest of the way. Since the altitude is high, oxygen deprivation is a known complaint. We had to rest for a few minutes, but in general we were fine.
At the base, it was tea time and a chance to sit and rest. There are many tents, ...
... blog to find the post from right around my birthday. Last time we stumbled on a place with decent Mexican food, the only one we found in India. It turns out that Andrew has a great memory and we found the same restaurant, but it has been renovated and no longer does Mexican. Andrew was quite disappointed. Which is funny because Andrew doesn't even like Mexican back in the States.
We then bough a celebratory bottle of Apple wine and chocolate cake to take back to the room ...