Travel Blogs from Manali
... would just walk on, and this is what I feared might happen this time. However much I trusted my schoolmates not to completely leave me behind, I could imagine them being slightly annoyed if I didn’t catch up.
So, to be fully prepared, I looked on the hotel menu to see what fibre-filled breakfast I could order with my tiny ration of funds. I chose the 'Jam Tost,’ which in the end was a questionable, tasteless jam on a chewy, tasteless toast. ...
... Peter and Anuz shared thali and Ania
had Chinese noodles chowmein.
All nice and reasonably priced.
We left Keylong early in the morning heading towards Manali. We then
also realised that we had another flat tyre and soon after leaving had to
stop again to sort the car. It has been so much pain, breaking all the
time.. next time no car - only ...
... just walk into a store and choose one it would have been perfectly reasonable. But he wanted to get one made. I didn’t want to be difficult but with a 300 km ride ahead of us did he really have to do it today? He couldn’t do it when we got to Delhi? He couldn’t have done it the day before when we’d had nothing to do? Seemingly not.
‘Relax’ said Tim
‘Calm down’ said Tim
‘It will be an easy ...
... run by this crazy Italian guy. We go out for dinner later at the Bhoj place I met B at in Kasol previously and they love the place. We chill there for a good while, having a great laugh and joking about.
I go to update my blog etc, only to find pretty much everyone I know worried about me, emailing me left right and centre checking if I'm still alive after a few days away from the web! I'm amazed. I suspected a few emails from my dad and mum ...
After deciding it really was time to head somewhere a bit warmer - due to being constantly cold with no heating and often no hot water and also having a cold that would not shift - I got a bus that was full (no exaggeration) of vomiting children to Mcleod Ganj. Still in the mountains but at a little lower altitude this beautiful place is home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. I found a room on the edge of a valley ...