Hotel Snowcrests Manor
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... people took pictures of him. It was quite disgusting. No ambulance appeared, no one tried to patch wounds, fetch water from a stall a few meters away. It was again a bazaar and unwelcome lesson that we learnt that day, and we didn’t feel safe enough to penetrate the group and get involved. An Indian guy took a selfie with the unconscious/dead man……we still can’t work out why he did this. Sad stuff, in fact even sadder than the street peoples sad ...
Day 1 We left Manaili on our way to Leh at 7:00am. The first part of the journey was quite interesting. The rohtang pass crossing was ugly. Imagine the worst logging road you've ever seen then make it skinnier. Add some large boulders and about 20 river crossings, not to mention the 300 meter drop. It's what I think going over the rocky mountains would've been like in the early 1900s. There were so many vehicles on the road ...
... quite aggressively from the back of the truck... The taxi driver laughed and screamed as he was pummeled with apples, and once we finally got through the traffic, the driver turned to us with a huge smile and said "I think that man was trying to kills me" and exploded into a high pitched laugh offering us the apples. Max and I were finished! Writing it down doesn't feel as funny, but I hope you get the picture.
Manali is a stunning ...
... took a shortcut, which was longer, distance wise but took a lot lesser time. But it was a rough dusty road with apple orc******** both sides. We had the pleasure of seeing Old Manali again coming through that shortcut.
Johnson's cafe on Old Manali road was the best place for dinner according to the reviews. So we decided to give it a try. We reached there at 9:20 pm. There was happy hour till 9:30 pm. So we hurriedly ordered a couple of drinks and wine. ...
For those of you who have never heard of McLeod Ganj, this is the home of the 14th Dalai Lama; a piece of land on the Indian side of the Himalayas at an altitude of 1700 metres. A bit of a history lesson here... The Dalai Lama, fled to India after the failed uprising in 1959 in Tibet against the Communist Party of China. The Indian Government offered him refuge in Dharamshala, where he set up the Government of Tibet in exile, while McLeodGanj became his official residence and ...