Travel Blogs from Manali
... i could to ignore a screaming child but eventually had to accept that she had won and I was awake, I opened my eyes and took a look around, the scenery was stunning, so the little brat had actually done me a favour, plus i couldn't stay mad at her she was too cute. There were a few hairy moments when I was convinced that the bus was going to fall of the mountain as we cornered, but I'm still here to tell the tale. We arrived at about 10am and found a nice guesthouse high high ...
... it's a nice chilled place, apparently. Plus, Kasol was kinda doing my head in, anyway.
A bumpy, stomach renching ride to Tosh, we finally chill and chat with some cool people at a really nice guesthouse. However, my poorlyness worsens. The real bad stomach cramps reminiscent of Leh truly return. I cry and shout in pain as they come and go, curling in my bed, and pacing the room. I take all the ...
... punishing one, because it involved climbing steps cut into the mountainside , between the winding metalled village roads, for about 2000 feet. We looked forward to easing the weight of our 12-15 kg rucksacks and catch our breath as we began to acclimatize. I was particularly gasping for breath , as the body began to get used to the steep and fast climb and .
The blazing hot sun didn’t make it easier , though the crisp cold air, the occasional cold and pure ...
Another day with gorgeous clear views over the world below, this my extended day in McLeod Ganj was taken at a relaxed pace.
Visiting the Library of Tibetan Archives and wondering around its rooms, I found it to hold a treasure trove of literature, manuscripts and ancient texts smuggled safely out of Tibet and the hands of the Chinese who only wish is to eradicate the Tibetan history.
The small museum hosts many blessed statues, Thangka's and artwork from Tibet and ...
... the most spiritually intense part of the session but I had no choice. As it was, with the main road down to Central Manali jammed with traffic as seems to be the case every late afternoon and early evening, I had to walk the three or four kilometres down to the private bus stand with all my belongings, arriving there hot and sweaty with just ten minutes to spare before departure.
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