Royal Park Resort
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... we are looking more like we fit in now and the locals don’t seem to bother us, or we are just better at not making eye contact, who knows! Ha ha! We had been lucky enough to sample some amazing Indian sweets in the last week, and we’re given a firm recommendation to visit a particular and very famous cake shop when we were next in Delhi. Now from our point of view Indian sweets are, well, not always that tasty, but we had been introduced to a wonderful ...
... rest has some broken up seal part way across and the rest is just a potholed mess. The best way to ride the last of these was trail bike style, standing up. Leaving our morning tea spot we continue to climb, finally reaching the top of the Rohtang Pass at 3978m. (Mike says Rohtang means 'pile of dead bodies'. Nice!) As we crest the pass the cloud clears and we can see the Himalayas all around us. No snow here although we passed a lot on the way up. The descent was more ...
... summers, the rope-way is used to take the tourists for paragliding, in winters its used as a ski lift. The rope way is truly state of the art German engineering. The meticulously designed gears are operated by a motor to move the cable car precisely. After reaching the top, we walked down a little to reveal the edge of a steep mountain. That was the place we were supposed to start. The guide made us repeat this "If I don't run, I fall". He made us repeat this thrice ...
... is pretty good too with a great western style breakfasts and pastas and soups too.
Later in the day we’d return to our spot for a pot of ginger lemon tea……
There is a small waterfall a km or so up by Bhagsu village. It is an easy and pleasant hike. Dozens of para-gliders rode the thermoclines high above on the ridge when we were there. Treks start from this town too. ...
... told multiple times the previous day that above the village of Kharnag the road was blocked by an active (still moving) land slide so it was with some trepidation that we made our way upwards. Blocking the road turned out to be a huge understatement as a 150m section of the road had disappeared down the mountain side to be replaced by a slope of mud, water and boulders. Over night the slide had settled and was no longer active allowing foot traffic to cross the destroyed ...