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... is visited by many trekking teams through out the year.
Since it was new year, one has to pay obeisance to the Almighty and what a great beginning. Manikaran , quite famous for the hot springs is one of the holy Sikh shrines where geothermal vents are located and is visited by many devotees. Lately, this place has also become famous for India's first Geothermal Power plant set up by Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Manikaran also has a Ram Mandir in ...
... staying near the main railway station, in a kind of cheap and grubby part of town and as a result the usual melee of street vendors, rickshaws, homeless, destitute families and some poor limbless souls swarmed around us and we walked by. These scenes, so casually described in this blog never cease to shock us – however, with each exposure to them, it’s just that little bit easier to accept this as the norm, and way of life, almost normalising the poverty and ...
... which carries a beautiful hum/chant through the air. I love it. Something I will truly miss! The other road is Jogiwarra Road, this is where our apartment is...down and up 309 stairs. It's a great workout, especially in the morning and evening chill air. The temps at this time of the year range from -1 up to about 7 degrees. I really like it. We are one of the fortunate few to have heating, at a price of course, which just takes the chill off the air. That is ...
... Valley. It was 10 km from Manali. We tried for a taxi in the morning but all the cabs were booked. We would not get them till noon. So we just roamed around and headed to a German bakery. There were a lot of chocolate pastries. I had a couple of them. They were awesome. Then we all had lunch there and finally got a taxi to Solang valley. The road was a perfect definition of a valley. The land between mountains, with a river flowing through. People had stopped in ...
... are wiping down floors and tables. They never are idle. We wondered if they get paid well and one of the serial visitors, who is now leading a tour group, told us 'probably not’. Bihar is such a poor state the guys would feel very fortunate to have a job, a place to stay and meals that the Green Hotel provide. They also worked each of the 16 days we were there but said they do get time off to return to visit family in Bihar.