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... is the residence of the current Maharaja but fancy it ain't. We did have the delightful experience, though, of dining with our host who turned out to be a lively, educated and well-travelled gentleman. We also had a brief walk around the town that is in a valley on the banks of the fast flowing Beas river. There isn't a lot to see here although Mandi's claim to fame is having 81 ...
... it is popular for rafting and fishing. There was also a large reservoir which may be related to a hydro power station. There are a couple of power stations in this region and they're having some problems reported in the newspaper. The power has gone off four times since we got to the hotel. Just for short periods. It started to rain 10 minutes after we reached the hotel. :) As I expected the quality of rooms and beds is deteriorating ...
... mountain drop! A summary of my trip inside the coach: Hour 1: Concentrate with all my will power to keep the rising sick feeling from landing on the blanket on my lap. The feeling successfully subdued until - Hour 2: Woman, 2 rows behind, begins to throw up, and continues to be sick for the next hour - seriously! By the end she was throwing up nothing, but we all know this is the noisiest kind of wretch. She continued right up until - Meal break! ...
... t handle the sadness, it was very hard facing the disappointed girls the next day at breakfast, I had to leave my sweet milky tea, go back to the safety of the roof of the apartment, have a little cry and return to my yummy tea. So, talking to Cassie about these beautiful girls I find out that it is purely the funds why they can't join the rest of the team...made me start thinking...I started to think even more serious when talking to beautiful ...
... led us through the seemingly impenetrable mess until he suddenly pulled left and placed us at the entrance to Tibet(China) border control. Here we waited for ages until we were ushered into a spacious, austere hall. Once more it was passports out as we passed the first desk. Keep them ready because there was a second desk as well. As we waited for the border security to wave us up, I was passed on the right by a woman of about four and a half feet in height, looking a hundred years ...