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... meant to be. We were drinking chai with Cheering (Tashi’s wife) when their son arrived home from monk school. As soon as he greeted his mom he turned on the TV and we watched in surprise as he played tetris and snake with the remote (typical 11 year old boy). After watching many rounds of the games Leah decided to introduce him to the candy crush game on her cell phone. He was a fast learner and took an immediate liking to the game (which he would continue to ...
Manili was the final destination of my Kashmir loop. Even though i'd now left the state of Kashmir and entered the neighbouring state of Himachal Pradesh, i was still surrounded by beautiful, natural scenery. The road trip here passed through the mountain roads, glaciers and valleys i've become accustomed to in this region. The town is split into two parts, old and new. Most of the cheap rooms are in old Manali which is where i ended up staying. Manali is known as "Valley of the Gods". ...
... mountains. After a little silence, we started conversation with so called strange guys and finally, the situation bit later was that each guy around the fire was telling stories one by one, everything looked so unhurried and relaxed. The topic ranges from Spirituality to Philosophy, even state transportation to the local illegal alcohol. The high point was that in the last when we decided to leave, we came to know that some of those guys were not even from ...
... trying to get on top of our
entries. At dinner time the owners cooked a massive dinner of chicken
curry and rice and rotis for all the guests. It was nice to eat some
meat again as we haven't been able to eat it very often. Almost the entire guesthouse was French
people apart from one other couple from Holland that unfortunately for
us also spoke french, so the conversation was mainly in french (don't
mention the ...
... for women to transport grass or wood in their baskets. Under that load the coolness is refreshing. Bundled up and waiting for a bus one morning I am amazed when a woman hauling a wood load steps out of the clammy fog of the street and as she approaches I make out the lettering on her sweatshirt to read "Penn State". It is a small world indeed.
Morning is also when a group of 10 men gather at town center and ...