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... and traditional tea cosy hats endeared us enough to abandon the approved recommendations of our Lonely Planet hostel bible and we motored off with a cheery taxi-driving hostel owner who first had to deliver a box of chocolates to his sister, if we didn't mind the detour?
Our standard insistence that we really *did* want the cheapest room available this time rewarded us a £6 double room with a distorted door that opened out onto the hostel's quiet little ...
... need to restock your bag, and there's other backpackers! This has been really cool as we've got to meet and chat and share stories with other people. We met a crazy Italian girl who seemed to be absolutely hating India...particularly the food! But she was able to laugh about it! One evening she ordered a fanta and said that even that was ****...somehow they'd managed to 'India-up' the fanta while it was still sealed in its bottle! After booking our ...
... the trees and manually pick the apples one by one. I am pleased to be gifted several bags of apples that last until early November.
The next harvest is Hashish. Yea, that’s right……drugs. The plant flourishes here and grows in the orc******** the mountainside and by the river. People come from below on daily picnics, sit by the plants and ‘rub’ for hours. ‘Rubbing’ is just that, they rub the leaves between their hands and ...
... Western travellers here , its nice and quiet.
From Old Manali back to our Hotel its about 10 minutes walk across the foot bridge. We had left the heater on so the room was lovely and cosy.
We decided to go back to Johnson’s café for dinner as they are famous for their Trout, we haven’t had fish since leaving England. We were not disappointed, the meal was delicious , trout, veg, mashed potato and garlic bread. Plus they had their ...
... journeys of my life!
We arrived at about 6:00 am having been on the bus for a solid 13 hours, and made our way to the Om Hotel which was recommended by the Lonely Planet and had a lot of positive reviews from Trip Advisor.... The downside to this place is that they don't take reservations so you pretty much have to show up and hope that there is availability when you arrive. While this process may be simple and easy, its pretty annoying when you arrive at 6am, ...
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