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... from the tiny row of shops that made up Naggar village! By the time we got back to Manali an began walking to the spot we said we'd meet the guys we were getting quite apprehensive, mainly because we thought it could be really awkward, partly because we thought well...bad things!! We met one of the guys who took us to his flat which was above a really busy bit of Old Manali where plenty of people could hear us ...
... have and finally find some antispazmodics to stop the cramps!
The pain finally cams. I am able to join people and I get some toast down me. I have some chill out time in front of the TV, watching Hellboy 2. Strange, watching TV, I think as I lie curled up on the cushions. I crash not much longer.
Despite my ill moments, Tosh really stands out as a nice place to relax and contemplate.
In 1949 Tibet, an independent country with it's own government, flag, currency, tax system, religion and cultures, was invaded by China. By 1959 China illegally occupied Tibet and to this day still does. Under Chinese rule Tibetan people no longer have the freedom to live as they once did. What was previously a peaceful country is now full of Chinese military, and merely stating an opinion that Tibet and ...
... much less of a touristy feel compared to Rishikish. M.G. is home to the Dalai Lama and about 2,000 Tibetans. His Holiness was here about a week ago, but has since departed. I can only imagine how crazy this small mountain town must get when he's here for presentations/lectures.
I only have a week here before I fly to Nepal, so I'm trying to get the most out of it- which ...
... following him. suddenly we saw a cow's calf on the trekking path, 15 feet from us blocking the way. as we stopped and started pondering on how to proceed, we saw something yellow and shiny on the path 5 feet from us. we gasped in horror as we realized that it was a snake! and a very lengthy one(around 4 feet) for that matter!! that is when mr singh's second shocker of the day came to light. he was wearing sandals!! had the calf not been there, mr singh would ...
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