The River Crescent Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... river glass for Kim. She loves to collect beach glass.
We drove closer to Manali and stopped at Vashishth village. The temple there is over 4000 years old. There was a German woman who wanted to get a better picture of the shrine and stuck her head into the holy are. A temple guard rushed over and moved her out of the way! We then went to the hot springs. The driver took me to the men’s bath. Kim did not want to repeat her experience of yesterday and ...
... I went to the dispensing hole which was designed for Tibetans and so resulted in me displaying my ****** to the lady giving out the medicines. I suggested a higher hatch above the existing one for non Asians and she suggested I just crouch down. Some things are lost in translation I think. So now I have 4 bags of what looks like a range of rabbit, sheep and goat **** with some chocolate covered peanuts; it's like a medicinal bag of revels. But if he's ...
... arrived was a huge valley which leads all the way up to Mount Deo Tibba base camp at 4800 metres. As I gazed up at the row upon row of pine trees and gushing waterfalls, with many of the higher ones jutting out above the clouds, I already started feeling daunted by the prospect of three days of walking up, and then another couple walking down again before we’d even started.
But as we placed our ...
... is 56 miles long. I guess training in the Himalayas should get him pretty fit.
This week we have been doing conversation class which are put on every day for the Tibetan refugees who want to learn English. It is a free service for them which relies on volunteers offering their services for free. We have also been to a talk by a Tibetan ex-political prisoner which was really interesting.
It is exactly six months to the day since we left the UK. Looking at the ...
... was with us all the entire way back, I was convinced that once he saw us back into town he was going to say Scooby Doo Slye, 'ten rupees' We stopped after the hike at a German bakery (they are everywhere) and had some water and shared a snow ball. I have discovered that India does sweets very well. A snow ball is a tennis ball sized chocolate ball covered in coconut flakes, it not really cake, its not brownie, I'm not sure what it is, but it's quite ...