Hotel Snowcrests Manor
Travel Blogs from Manali
... trying go both ways. There was a truck in the middle and about twenty cars on either side, all wanting to get past. Kim and I hopped out and went shopping. In about a half hour, our driver picked us up.
Kim and I took a walk in the woods behind the hotel. It was a beautiful forest. We went off trail and followed some paths that took us closer to the river. This is a very beautiful place. We followed the trail to the downtown market. On the way, someone ...
... little friend! The campsite itself was almost too beautiful to leave, but leave we did the next morning,our last full day on the road. No more uninterrupted downhill, though. We climbed ad dropped and climbed through ever increasing traffic choking on exhaust and dodging potholes and busses,dogs and pedestrians for the full day until we arrived at Dhulikhel, just a few k out of Kathmandu. Oh what joy we felt as we got into our first shower in a week! Don't get me wrong, washing in ...
... rewarded with the sight of a herd of yaks in the distance.
We shared the road with many of the same style of truck we have seen all over India, but I think they were at their regal best in this landscape. These machines are built to freight goods all over the vast country so need to cope with all the horrendous roads, over all the terrains, for days and days at a time. Roaring beasts of force and burden, these monsters belch fumes into the face of any other road ...
... some ‘Bhang’ party invitation for a Norwegian Arian neighbour who obviously didn’t come for the Buddest monasteries and came for the weed that grows wild at the side of the road. There’s tonnes of itwhich is visible in all the little red eyes of the locals. Bloody stoners.
We head to the monastery and into the main town to see what the locals do. Clean your shoes, sell you dead chickens and crochet mainly.The ...
... looking at what was coming or even blinking when 4x4's swerved around him after not seeing him with a bus in front of them. The road was littered with his fresh offerings of tarmac and flowers, both slowly being crushed into ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking