Travel Blogs from Manali
... Temple. It was built in the 8th century. Just beside the temple was a school. Kim, being a third grade teacher, walked up and asked if we could look inside and take pictures. A woman led her from room to room. Kim asked what each room was learning. We were certainly the highlight for the students that day.
We saw a bunch of people by the rocks alongside the river. We asked to stop and we went down and stepped into the river. We climbed the rocks and I ...
There was less traffic, and fewer people on the side of the road waving to me. It felt a bit more "out there".
... truck lying at the bottom.
...And decided to go back to sleep.
Truth is, we were completely resigned; our drivers lived this road and even if we had wished to voice any concerns, they spoke no English anyway. The only productive options were to look out of the window, or just take a nap.
To this end, Dominik crafted himself a wonderful little piece of headwear; a scatty tshirt tied around his head was simultaneously:
A) an effective ...
... grin on her face. It’s the first time she’s seen snow and her and Arrow are mega excited.She then asks about the snow in England and the weather ‘Auntyji (my name to anyone younger than me) when it snows in England is it like the snow in Harry Potter?’ luckily I’ve got my phone and having lived in Sheffield for the best part of 5 years there are plenty of photos of 10 inch snowy parks and gardens to show her. She ...
We journeyed up to Dharamsala and onwards to McCleod Ganj, our final stop, by train and local bus via Chandigarh.
The bus ride was nice up into the mountains, even though the cornering was a little hair raising at times.Whilst ...