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... very intricate and ornate. There weren't many people there yet. After a little bit of scouting, I took my shoes off and walked in. There was small court yard, a main temple and separate bath houses for men and women. The bath house for ladies is not very big. It consists of a 3X5 meters tub of marble walls on one side, a stepping down place with water spouting out on the other side for showering purposes. There was no roof but shingle eaves from all four ...
For breakfast we returned back to Drifters Inn (place where we had dinner previously) to fuel up before our walk down towards Central Manali. The walk wasn't long but was very scenic and took us through the nature park with groves of deodars (cedars) everywhere as we meandered along the side of the river Beas. The stroll was lovely and we even saw a group of lads playing cricket in a ...
... conditioned room with hot water, TV, really good WiFi, and a free buffet for dinner and breakfast. I was more than happy with the results, but I really was paying for it this time. I filled my face with delicious food and rested until my flight the next morning.
Spicejet was kind enough to provide cockroaches on the morning flight, and my new friend from France did not spare a second to freak out as it crawled up her pants. Fortunately, the propeller powered airplane ...
... staying for months and months at a time. There is a certain pace of life here that sucks you in; there is no hurry or stress. With yoga, mediation, alternative therapies, jewellery making and volunteering there are plenty of things to keep you occupied. However above all of that the most popular activity of all is sitting in the many cafes drinking chai and eating cake philosophizing about the world.
While in Mcleodganj we tried our best to sample ...
... us on board we hammered up to 3900m, with a brief stop at a car accident, and another for the driver to have punch up with a stubborn lorry driver who wouldn't pull over! Now light we climbed to 5000m then down again on gravel and mud roads, sliding a lot, and generally fearing for our lives. Few breaks, then another pass of 5100m with 3m snow drifts either side, we raced on towards leh. After lunch of noodles, we took on the next and highest pass of 5300m, second ...