Wood Valley Cottages
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... tourist destination for Punjabi Indians who are used to sweltering hot climates at lower altitudes and who want to come up to a nearby mountain and play in the snow. This is the day after India's Independence, and also a Saturday, so throngs of tourists have come to enjoy the scene. Unfortunately, their holiday today is spoiled by cold and driving rain, and many turn around and head back down into ...
... know something was fishy there, less oxygen, more hungriness, some science I tell you).
We entered a café called Evergreen on the main street of Kasol, ambience was dark, candles were lit around the shop, Hookahs were placed on some of the tables, totally enjoyable and delightful. The music was very well selected, what I can tell you, perfect for the place and occasion, Psychedelic trance well mixed with normal trance, fusion and spiritual trance ...
Manali, finally we could relax our brains. The
pace of life is considerably slower in Manali, as you'd expect with a
small town in the foothills of the Himalayas. We'd been given a
contact in Manali by a friend. The contact was of a gentleman named
Rishi who is in the process of setting up a travel agency with his
cousin Babul (Babul is his friend really but Indians insist they're
all cousins). On our second night in Manali we stayed in ...
... to get a final ride in before trekking back down through the valley in the afternoon sun. Seriously such a well run tour by Fred and crew and so much fun. We met the crew from the trip later that night at Hangout Bar and went to Johnson Hotel to party up local style. A great way to end the trip! The rest of Manali was spent exploring the nature and chillin. We walked 3km to nearby town Vashist, to find Jogini Waterfall. Someone told me you could ...
... overland journey to the sexy ancient temples of kahajuraho to belatedly celebrate Theresa's 27th birthday (!). The journey to said temple town will include a quick overnight in Chandigarh (an unusual and boring modernist city designed by Le Corbusier) to visit an amazing surreal sculpture park designed using recycled materials (nek chand fantasy rock garden: www.nekchand.com). Update: rock garden was amaaaaaazing & finally arrived in ...