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... scenery that surrounded us in all directions.
Rush hour then seemed to hit and it appeared to be a popular picnic spot ... We were wishing we had brought chai and cake with us as another group shared their baking between them.
On the walk back we noticed some geckos which we must have missed the first time as they blended so well into the rocks.
Feeling the need for a fix of chai we sat in a roof top cafe ...
... resulting in loud ceremonies and a lot of noise. Additionally, after the Beatles visited many years ago, all manner of commercialized spiritual and yoga centers have sprung up. Though many are legitimate, many are also just aimed at making a dollar which definitely affects the feel of the place. There's also a very mixed bag of people: Westerners studying yoga for their teacher certifications, westerners legitimately studying and practicing spirituality, westerners embracing ...
... making their way downhill, on their way to lower climes (Punjab or lower HP) for the winter. Huge herds of sheep filed around us like air over an airfoil. We hiked for two days, up-valley, through open, huge expanses - with nothing barring our advance besides the occasional rock fence to find our way through.
Day 42 - Day 50 After yet another long (9hr) overnight bus, we arrived at 5am to the popular hill station of Manali. We headed to Old Manali for our best chance at cheap backpackers accom but nothing was open - unusual. Bleary eyed and badly wanting a shower we accepted (for once) the first plee from a hotel tout and hit the sack immediately before exploring the town. Old Manali is just one main street that winds it's way up a hill lined with loads ...
... Home to the Dalai Lama in exile, McLeod Ganj was to be the only 'Tibet' that we would be visiting on our world advetures, well for now anyway.
A small township, McLeod Ganj is a community of Tibetans who followed the Dalai Lama, as they fled their homeland of Tibet due to Chinese occupation. Okay, yes, we knew about TIbet and that China had caused trouble there, but we did not know to what extent. Well, in McLeod Ganj, we would soon find out.
We visited the ...