Manali - White Mist, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... canine (who ended up getting the bones!). We then visited the "babies room". Erin's mum had sent some blankets to donate so we dropped them into the centre which cares for kids under 5 whose parents were either still in Tibet or for some reason couldn't care for them. There were about 20 kids there, the youngest who was 2 had been there since he was 4 months old and was so cute. They are cared for by 5 mums who take turns sleeping over in the nursery. We had lots of ...
McLeod is nestled beautifully in the Himalayas and so we decided to do a two day trek to climb up to see a glacier. We first headed to what we thought was another village, Triund. It wasn't a village... it was a forestry commission hut on a ridge and so rather than have a guest house for the night we ended up in a tent. It was only 9km from McLeod but it was also a 1km climb and so took us all morning. After dropping off our stuff, we carried ...
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... is 82 years old and absolutely charming. He had spent 9 years studying and working in the UK and is a big cricket fan. He kept us amused for most of the evening with his riddles – example given below:
A man, a squirrel and a monkey are up a tree and there is a box at the bottom. They all decide to climb down from the tree, who will see the box first?
We are now in a place called McLeod Ganj ...
... the whole 4 days and I manage to have some change to give most of them. I am hoping they are a sharing bunch of Holy men. I love it that everyone is cashing in on the Dalai Lama's gig. Further into the Temple there is a cake and bread stand run by the nunnery we visited last Friday. I buy another lemon curd tart, scrumptious!! Maybe that is why I am not a stick yet.
Now we are in a squash in the narrow lane of the Temple ...