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Travel Blogs from Manali
... rainy!! I'll just say (and i am not being overly dramatic here) that i have never been so exhausted, nervous, and awe-inspired at the same time..... As well as so happy to arrive somewhere in one piece!!! I started today with a 90 minute session of yoga on the roof of my hotel, my body protesting at being bent into such poses for the first time in ...
... of you stops, the others behind you don't stop. They just try to rush like a pack of ants from all directions. The right side of the road is a huge stony mountain. The left side is an abyss. You slip and you will literally be rolling in the deep. In the midst of all this hundreds of goats (600, to be precise) were on the way to graze the mountains. Finally after an hour and a series of abuses between the drivers we were able to steer clear of all ...
... goes into a trance. The communication that he channels is analysed and used to make predictions regarding Buddhism and Tibet. Every 6 months, the parliament consults the oracle. In the past, he made important predictions, such as:
“In 1947 , the oracle prophesied that in the Year of the Tiger, 1950, Tibet ...
... another flat tyre. Thankfully, the tyre had lasted over Rohtang Pass as goodness knows how we could have parked to change the tyre. Somehow we hobbled on our spare dodgy tyre and into Manali before nightfall.
Sadly, it was Rigzen and Mr Tashi's last night with us. They had a room in Manali and hoped to get a passenger for their very long drive from Manali to Leh. We said our farewells that night as we knew they would be leaving early ...
... a little bit) now sit and watch the world go by as the day rolls by.
Still in Solapur? Must be time to go now. Hear the announcements in local language and English. And off we roll. See the big water tower. See the rain trees lining the street - bright tiny red flowers, small green leaves, elegant branches.
Dry empty fields again. A trail of black smoke from the chugging diesel engine. An aquaduct under construction. Greener now, as fields of sugar ...
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