Whispering Valley Resorts
Travel Blogs from Manali
... driving seat. If
there is a more spectacular road in the world I'd like to know. Just
under 500Km of visual pleasure. The road meanders through the
Himalayas at an average altitude of around 4,000m and hits the second
highest mountain pass in the world at 5,380m. I was constantly
calculating both the risk of veering off the road and the probability
of death if veering occurred. The probability of death was usually
very high and the probability ...
... took a shortcut, which was longer, distance wise but took a lot lesser time. But it was a rough dusty road with apple orc******** both sides. We had the pleasure of seeing Old Manali again coming through that shortcut.
Johnson's cafe on Old Manali road was the best place for dinner according to the reviews. So we decided to give it a try. We reached there at 9:20 pm. There was happy hour till 9:30 pm. So we hurriedly ordered a couple of drinks and wine. ...
... opened up and we finally moved after 4 hrs. Everyone were tired and hungry. So we stopped at the last village (Kothi) on the way to Manali. Two of us were down. One had fever and the other had headache. The roads were very curvy and I could see a lot of tourists were puking because of motion sickness. We got down 1 km away from the hotel as the traffic was too much and started walking to our hotel. We just collapsed on our beds the moment we reached.
... 10 minutes of fame chanting beautifully and loudly we break for another day. The Lamp to the Path to Enlightenment has not been mentioned and now I am not sure what we are learning.
Day 4,another early start. Breakfast on the roof at 6:30am another hello to the lepors, another tart and our cushions are still there, except my Australia neck support I had lent to Kimberley. Maybe a monkey is sitting comfortably in a tree somewhere on ...
... all these dangers myself and everyone else there appeared to be having such fun. The atmosphere was so lively and joyful and I didn't see one miserable face. Whilst I was there it was Holi - the Hindu festival celebrating the start of Spring. People celebrate with powder paints and water and they helped us to do the ...