Travel Blogs from Kullu
... a great speed so as to annihilate anything that comes in the way. We were holding the rope so tight as tho our life depended on it. (Yes it was)!
After almost an hour we reached the end point. Our vehicle was waiting with our luggage.
We enjoyed it. ...
... the second of three Indian cookery lessons. I think samosas and vegetable korma is on the menu for today.
The food here is great. All vegetarian, although you can get meat if you want it. As there is no refrigeration, I don't trust the meat so have been eating vegetarian food only for the last few weeks. This is no bad thing after a month of eating meat for every meal at the farm!
We are filling our days with lots of reading, some exercise and a bit more reading! I ...
... were far superior than I could ever get in Australia and I only needed another 11 days. This Indian bureaucrat seemed to only know one thing ... 'no extension'. I didn't even get the chance to plead my story. So I have asked Showtcut, Javeed's brother, at the hotel to see if he can ask an agent to grease a palm. I should know today.
Last night I went to see the film Seven ...
... up, a storm started with very loud thunder. Luckily for us it didn't rain too much until we had made it back down and were sat safely in a cafe. At the waterfall a few local tourists asked to have their pictures taken with us, this has happened allot in Asia- I wonder what they do with the photos! After the storm passed we ...
... or as a part of some trekking group, camping in kasol.
Anyways we reached kasol at around 10 in the morning and decided to have breakfast at moon dance cafe. the food was good and when the guy at the cafe came to collect the bill, yours truly had the audacity to ask him directly "bhaiya, yahan maal kahan se milega?" (where can i get weed?). the answer was shocking "yahan kasol mein to kahan hi milega aapko" (its difficult to find any in kasol)!! i ...
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