Sarovar Portico, Manali
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... is a Chabad House.
In the alley there's a couple pastry shops. I nosh on strudel. It's not bad.
All expats tend to cluster with their own kind. It's only natural to want to hang out with people who speak your language and share your culture. There's a Jewish corner in Chiang Mai as well, right near the Muslim quarter and down the street from Chinatown.
... we set off back down the gondola for some more people watching.
We weren’t disappointed, it had gotten even busier so the number of paragliding mishaps dramatically increased as we saw one land into a bunch of horses, one got stuck in a tree and many narrowly missed landing on tourists. It was absolute mayhem, apparently the paragliding “instructors” that take you on the ride have had no official training and many drink rum to keep warm so ...
... this smiling bloke served up some of the best brownie I have ever tasted - made with three types of chocolate, walnuts and coffee! Rene and I were forever running up the hill from our guesthouse to grab just one more piece.
Lowlight: My jandal breaking when I was at one of the waterfalls - cue a seven kilometer walk back to town with one bare foot on a rocky path. Good thing I grew up in the mighty "shoes-optional" Far North (and have numb ...
... invited for lunch, and spent the whole day with them, walked to a lovely river for a dip, and decided to hit the local hot spring the following day. Bus there, we had boys and girls pools, I chilled with jam yang in boiling water by the main manali river, while Laura and suzi opted for boobs out rule in the ladies section! Laura found out that the water makes your hair grow really long, so she then spent an age washing it! Swimming at 5* hotel - went to a posh hotel for ...
... of the smooth sandy hills around us. Hasid insisted I take numerous photos of the beauty and so I did. None of which sufficed.
Dark skin, slanted eyed, nothing like the Indians I have seen until now. We passed through tiny villages, little gardens and several herds of either cows, sheep ...