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... us outside. I stepped onto the first step and got my picture taken. It was much smaller that the bath at Manikaran. There were just as many white hippies in the bath as Indians!!
We then drove through Old Manali to get to Hadimba Devi Temple. The road was barely big enough for one car, but was a two-way road!! It became quite apparent that this was a hippie town. There were all kinds of hippies and head shops everywhere. Bob Marley and Jim Morrison were ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">Ugh! Well, luckily, I had tools and a small pump. I pumped it up a bit, and nursed the bike about 15 km down the road to where I found a miracle - in the middle of nowhere - a tire fixing tent!!
... and prayer flags playing in the wind between tent roofs. The Israeli couple were fading fast, and showing suspicious signs of sharing Dans digestive issue..
Our van disappeared for a good hour, which was just long enough for a cracking chowmein, a packet of biscuits and the beginnings of concern that we may have been left on a mountain..
Eventually our chariot reappeared after apparently having a puncture repaired, and it then took everybody a full ten ...
... staying in a wooden hut style hotel recommended we have to sail past and amazing holiday complex called Johnson’s with an outside restaurant and BBQ area. Vowing to go back we sail on. We arrive at Veer Guesthouse in Old Manali. Really close to the river there’s a cluster of jewelers, cafes and bars we are dying to get into after 11 hours on a bus with only a fake pistachio cornetto and fizzy sweets inside us! With pizza on the brain we ...
... and nothing cordoned off, squatting in the middle of the road as buses, cars, trucks and motorbikes sped past like maniacs inches from his head.
He had a metal wok like tray full of tarmac which he was slowly filling ...