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Travel Blogs from Mandi
... didn't make the cut and kind of disappeared for a day to console with her brother. When I asked her why she did not come to fitness that morning that it was still important that she be part of the team in case there is an injury, she told us, with a struggle and full of sadness that she was going to leave and go to Nepal to be with family, if she got in the team now it would mean that someone else would miss out and she didn't want that! (These ...
... 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 ...
... two star. We checked in as soon as we arrived in Mandi and to our surprise, the hotel was much better than we had anticipated. It was best however not to look at the empty algal stained swimming pool right on the main road or the precariously strung electrical cables, so thick that they almost blocked our views of Mandi Town.... We were just happy that it was well above our expectations - which were pretty low I must say.
Rewalsar Lake ...
... 8230;my husband laughed aloud and ignored.
It was a cold wintry night. He took us to the bus adda at Kashmiri Gate (New Delhi). He used to travel by some regular bus, for us he suggested a better option "Deluxe Bus". My father paid for the tickets and then it was like a long wait. Kashmiri gate is a big bus adda, too many people were lying round with their luggage helplessly on the floor. It seemed that as if the setting was perfect for building up our ...
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