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We leave tiny Keylong via a rough road hemmed in by mountains. The valleys are quite green and on the few bits of flat land there are cultivated fields, probably entirely hand worked. Our morning tea break is at a collection of tents, one of which is owned by a family which Mike has known for 17 years. He has helped put the three daughters through school and they worship him. There is the wreck of a petrol tanker which has obviously rolled down the mountain. Probably ran out ...
... by motorbike.
I've been in Manali waiting waiting waiting to get everything ready to go. The engine work is taking a bit longer than expected, but, inshallah, I should be on ...
... driving seat. If
there is a more spectacular road in the world I'd like to know. Just
under 500Km of visual pleasure. The road meanders through the
Himalayas at an average altitude of around 4,000m and hits the second
highest mountain pass in the world at 5,380m. I was constantly
calculating both the risk of veering off the road and the probability
of death if veering occurred. The probability of death was usually
very high and the probability ...
... their hair perfectly brushed. We walked through a beautiful nature park full of giant trees that takes you to main Manali. It's not as cool as Old Manali but worth a wander and the park is lush. Manali is a very cool place and has loads going on for adventure lovers. The food and coffee is some of the best we have had for a while...a fav was fish n chips made with fresh trout. A bit of a splurge but it was awesome after eating a billion curries. We loved it. - ...
... visit to McLeod Ganj was a great opportunity for us as world travellers. We got to see the Dalai Lama, we got to eat and learn how to cook some tasty Tibetan food, we became more educated about the Chinese treatment of the 'should be country' of Tibet, and we really began to believe in the phrase 'FREE TIBET'. Even though this place was like little Tibet in India, hopefully one day we will be able to visit the 'country' of Tibet, and not the chinese version it is ...