Hotel Mountain Top
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... main kund after entering the main temple gate and her Jyoti is covered around with a silver temple case. She is in the form of a Blue Jyoti and thus refered as Mata Mahakali. This form is world famous as the Poorn Brahma Jyoti Jwala Mukhi. She is the giver of Mukti and Bhakti. This is the main Jwala ...
... in sound as it got later...we aren't 100% sure what it was, an insect of some kind, or maybe even the trees themselves?
As Manali offered a wide range of cuisines we took the opportunity to get a wood fired pizza, at the Olive Garden, washed down by a cheeky G&T.
The Hangout was hosting a jam session so we headed along for a couple of drinks and some live music where got our first listen of Tyler and Meg singing ...
... 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 ...
... has a modest interior, enclosed with prayer wheels. There are a number of different rooms with a large central area in which monks congregate at various times throughout the day praying and meditating. We walked around the outer circumference turning the prayer wheels for luck, before making our way to listen to the monks. It would have been incredible to hear the Dalai Lama speak but unfortunately he spends much of the monsoon season in Southern India. ...
... it's a nice chilled place, apparently. Plus, Kasol was kinda doing my head in, anyway.
A bumpy, stomach renching ride to Tosh, we finally chill and chat with some cool people at a really nice guesthouse. However, my poorlyness worsens. The real bad stomach cramps reminiscent of Leh truly return. I cry and shout in pain as they come and go, curling in my bed, and pacing the room. I take all the ...