Snow Valley Resorts
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... chaos, movement, noise and people all need to be taken in equal measure with some calm and quiet serenity – or maybe we are just two old ***** and can’t handle it! This said on the same day a crowd of men in heated discussions draw our gaze inside their circle. When the men parted we saw a man who had been hit by a car (or maybe a bulls horn) and was lying on his back in the road, unconscious or even dead - this man was routinely stripped to expose the blood and ...
... rest has some broken up seal part way across and the rest is just a potholed mess. The best way to ride the last of these was trail bike style, standing up. Leaving our morning tea spot we continue to climb, finally reaching the top of the Rohtang Pass at 3978m. (Mike says Rohtang means 'pile of dead bodies'. Nice!) As we crest the pass the cloud clears and we can see the Himalayas all around us. No snow here although we passed a lot on the way up. The descent was more ...
... towards Manali, we got caught in 300m of congestion of apple trucks and crates. This was the huge local apple farming communities distribution and sales point. As we inched through the chaos, our driver lent out of his window and shouted to one of the guys hanging off the back of a truck overflowing with apples. The guy on the truck responded with such a huge smile and screamed something back, and with that began throwing apples into our ...
... curry. They offered us. I could not resist and ate the chicken. It was the first homemade chicken that I loved. Had we been there longer, they would have offered us whisky. I don't know why but the awesome combination of whisky and chicken bonds a group of friends and strangers.
We were running late and to avoid traffic we wasted no more time and headed back. There was traffic already, we were afraid that we may have to walk a long way to hotel. But ...
Many people come to Dharamsala in search for spiritual growth, yoga classes, meditation workshops or possibly having an audience with the venerable Dalai Lama who resides here when not lecturing the world over.
Our first morning, we met Sarah, a former competitive alpine skier and violinist. She is studying Tibetan language here for a few months before returning to University studies in Reno ...