The Regent Palms Hotel
Travel Blogs from Mandi
... arriving into camp over the first few days. It was really hard to learn their names, Shane did well with getting most of them in the first week. I learnt about four in the first week, Bhuti, Oetso, Ngawang and Dolma but then suddenly, over one night, they all came to me in my sleep! I lay in bed at around 2am and could name everyone in the team!! Now, all I see is each and every girls beautiful smile, they have the most happy smiles that light up ...
... battle for territory and food between the stray dogs and the monkeys amuses all. I head off to the bus station to find a way of getting to the cave up in the hills. After asking around several groups, I finally investigate the taxi prices. After some debate I agree a price for one way up to the hills, as I want to walk back. The taxi ride was beaut up to the cave. The cave itself was surrounded by a small Buddhist Village but the cave was very ...
... and actions have been the most positive times. Basically, the best times have been when I've been alone, and contrary to the predictable; this is also when I've felt least lonely (or you could say, most connected) inside my heart and to the people I know and love. As I laughed to myself writing this down, I thought; 'at first it appears I love India, but I think secretly, i think this love is for me'.
It's strange how photos, although great, only ever ...
... and said he was going to Mandi! The manager told me to get in for a free ride! I hesitantly but excitedly jumped in. It was looking great! The people here are amazing, and previous incidents should not have distasted my faith in the Indian people. However, a matter of 10 minutes later, he said their plan had changed but luckily he could drop me off at the main bus station still - no problem really. As I jumped out, a bus for Mandi was ...
... the local drug traders, other have become lost or fatally injured while trekking alone through the confusing valleys and rugged mountain terrain. Looking up at the densely vegetated and steep mountains from our road following the Beas River, it was easy to see how you could get hopelessly lost - well, I certainly could.
We passed through Kullu Town, the administrative capital of the Kullu Valley before we reached the Basesara ...
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