Apple Country Resort
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We caught a bus from Shimla to Manali, the area is too mountainous for trains & the drive was quite scenic. We came to Manali to do a trip up Rohtang Pass & it was everything we had hoped for. It is only 50kms from Manali but climbs the whole way, lost count of the number of hair pin bends. It reaches an altitude of 3979m (13,050ft) above sea level & is closed during the winter months. The weather at the top is jacket weather even though it ...
... slowed and our lungs tired. I could tell that Leah was being affected because her frustration started to outweigh her cheer, but by this point we had already made so much progress that it made no sense to turn around until we were certain that our route would not work. We continued to climb. Finally as we reached the top of the pass a flag came into sight. We both cheered. The flag indicated civilization and likely a route down. We reached the flag and our joy grew ...
... He originally started up teaching English in his room to 2 Tibetan refugees in early 2013. This eventually grew bigger and bigger until last month they received enough funds to rent out a 4 storey building and now have over 450 registered students. They now teach Tibetan, English, French, German and Chinese classes and are soon to be opening their hostel and cafe. We were able to help out with their English conversation classes and reading classes. I was amazed at the ...
... making the trip.
My first hurdle was to get up and over the first pass - Rohtang La. I was quite pleased with the quality of the road - a month previous much of it was ...
... for it’ attitude that makes you feel as though you’ve conquered your inner-self by achieving the physically draining goal you set out to achieve, or take the; ‘what idiot would go through horrible, cold, windy conditions to go 4800 metres up a barren mountain?’ viewpoint. You could even question what I was doing in India in the first place! I remember reading an article criticizing public school kids going on expeditions (like me) which ...