Manali - White Mist, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... our destination was! We arrived and the bar was really swanky, we sat up on the rooftop with the DJ playing some lovely chilled deep house beats enjoying a well-deserved bottle of red wine, a tasty wood oven pizza and a spicy veggie burger…after all it had been a hard day doing nothing and eating cake! We almost got away without paying for the wine after it was missed off the bill – however better karma for us that in the end we paid in full, including the atrocious ...
... every 30 min till Manikaran. You can also avail the benefit of a taxi from Kullu till Manikaran.
Approx. it’s a 600 km drive. Take the GT Karnal Highway (NH-1) and take a light dinner at Karnal Haweli or some other well-known Dhaba's at Murthal.
Till Chandigarh please stay on the same Highway, after Chandigarh take the road towards Bhuntar (Kullu).Once we are about to cross the city you will find a diversion which is going ...
... hippie paradise (quite literally, if you ever wondered where all that hippie clothing in the world came from, Manali is the place) they come mostly to enjoy the VERY chilled out atmosphere and famous Charras (weed).
We arrived relatively late in the afternoon and checked into Drifters Inn which was situated right at the top of the Old Town and, as such, had the steep Main Street heading downwards beneath us and stunning views from our ...
... back to the hotel. The girls just slept off. We started discussing about how dirty our room is. We debated it for sometime why the girls' room is clean. Then we came to a conclusion that the amount of cleanliness is relative. Even a girls room is dirty if she can't find the thing she's searching in an organised room. Later followed random talks and I dozed off somewhere in the middle.
... impossible to drive fast here without power steering. But these taxi drivers are used to it. This road is also termed as Highway to hell. You can see a lot of bikers in their Royal Enfields going to Leh from here. We were climbing uphill at a speed of 80 km/h. I felt like puking even though my stomach was empty.
The view was beautiful and the snow looked pristine white. The sunrays falling on the snow capped mountain ahead of us revealed a ...