Manali - White Mist, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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Last night's hotel was right on the highway and it was very noisy throughout the night. Standing on the balcony overlooking the highway was highly entertaining watching cars, trucks and buses overtaking each other right up to and even around the blind corner. Amazing that there aren't more head on accidents! An omelette and kulcha naan for breakfast before departing at a civilized 9.00am. The coffee was terrible and the tea equally so. Another day without rain while we were ...
... to go, I packed up to leave Manali immediately - maybe too quickly! In my earnest to get out of town, I took a wrong turn, down a narrow one-way bridge. Whoops! Well, with oncoming traffic bearing down on me quickly I hit the brakes hard and almost dumped the heavily-loaded bike in some soft dirt on the shoulder. Some entertaining viewing for the locals! BUT, I righted her, turned her around, and headed up-valley with Manali behind me and a huge smile on ...
... Leh for medical treatment.
We stayed in Manali for another few nights and
then headed on a Harrisons travels' deluxe bus to Dharamshala. I feel
the need to elaborate on the exact state of this 'deluxe' bus. There
must be an obscure colloquialism of deluxe in a lesser known language
that translates as particularly offensive piece of **** found growing
around the back of a U-bend. The bus was shoddy but at least it ...
... into it was a chore in itself as the driver had to park on a "slant". Then we looked as to how we would get back down the road to town. What took 20 minutes to come up, took near 2 1/2 hours to go back down.
It was truly an adventuresome trip to and fro that we are so glad to have taken part in.
The next day we did some looking within the town itself, and to Old Manali. Two other stops was the Devi Temple and ...
... and sore throats. He has also led a few early morning yoga sessions which have been interesting.
In Mandi we stayed at the Raj Mahal Palace (no, not the Taj Mahal). The accommodation was far from palatial but it was worth it to spend the evening in the company of King Sen. Apparently there are still around 5,000 Kings in India, although many now don’t use their titles as they are fairly meaningless. ...