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... in between it was totally split in two pieces, swinging side by side, it was held together with the help of few steel wires. But, after seeing the confident walk of local people on it, we took our chances and stepped upon it and well, I have to admit, it was almost okay to walk. We crossed the hanging bridge and went down towards the bank of river; I was thrilled by the panoramic view there.
Proceed ahead for Part 2, some more interesting events !
After a good night's sleep we started hunting for places to see. We had missed Rohtang so had to see something else. The hotel guy Mr. Rangila Thakur suggested we go river rafting. It was near Kullu. So we boarded a local bus and got down at the rafting pont. There are lots of shops that provide rafts on that road. After much negotiation we found a guy offering a long raft of 9 km at 800/person. Suited up with a life ...
... of on a bus. This holiday involves throwing coloured water balloons at people and we figured better to be prepared and enjoy it than to get our bags ruined. The next day we will board a government bus to Manali where we will be facing negative temperatures and possibly more snow. Looks like I will have to invest in some hiking boots to keep up with the other two. Looking forward to more beautiful mountain towns!
... watch a discussion of painting and judging of thangka by a panel of red-clad monks.
We stock up on pastries from a little bakery up rickety steps perched above a tiny general store. The shop keeper ...
... of prayer flags and I’m some parts the whole area is covered, other lama approaches me and invite me into a smaller temple, he sits me down and offers me tea and explains some of their rituals etc. he doesn’t seem to want me to leave so I make my excuses!
On my way back round I decided to go back into the residence area and visit the temple inside which I’ve not been to yet. I walk up the stairs and look ...