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... two beds, carpeted floor and a little en suite at the back. Not as flash as it sounds. No hot water, no bath or shower (there is a bucket) and the toilet is at an uncomfortable lean. The camp is situated in a huge valley surrounded by large hills and it looks like a lunar landscape. We only did 105kms today but it was pretty rugged and felt like 500. Everyone was off to bed early as tomorrow is a very long day. No phone or internet here so will have to download this blog ...
... theres the guy all dressed up you tries to put the paint on your forehead with a blessing and then wants a "donation." But all in all, the town was a little to busy and noisy for me. But after being in the predominately Muslim and then Tibetan Buddhist areas of India, it definitely had that stereotypical Indian image to it, bright clothed people and all. But the worst part of all is damned monkeys. They actually haven't bothered me, I just don't like monkeys. They're dirty ...
... empty when we boarded at Manali, allowing people to
spread themselves out and have a reasonable amount of space. After
an hour or two we stopped and approximately fifty percent of the
population of Israel boarded. The driver wouldn't allow them to
place their luggage in the hold and every single seat on the bus was
now taken. Given this is a 10 hour journey on some perilous mountain
roads having a full bus with luggage strewn isles didn't add to ...
Old Manali is approximately 3 km away from Manali town across Manalsu Nala. This is virtually unspoiled Himalayan village makes visitors wonder with surprise. Famous for temple of sage MANU this place has developed its identity into multi cultural hub entertaining both domestic & western tourists with finest of ethnic products.
With it's many shops, bars, and restaurants, it is indeed geared to the ...
... visit to McLeod Ganj was a great opportunity for us as world travellers. We got to see the Dalai Lama, we got to eat and learn how to cook some tasty Tibetan food, we became more educated about the Chinese treatment of the 'should be country' of Tibet, and we really began to believe in the phrase 'FREE TIBET'. Even though this place was like little Tibet in India, hopefully one day we will be able to visit the 'country' of Tibet, and not the chinese version it is ...