- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stop, Manali. It took us 10hours (which was supposed to be 8 hours) on a night bus to reach this little town which sits on either side of a river in a valley. It was FREEZING when we arrived at 6am. This spot is very popular for adrenaline junkies as the surrounding mountains offer various thrills such as skiing/boarding, white water rafting, paragliding, rock climbing and many different trekking routes. We decided to try rock climbing! We never really considered this an ...
... bed, wardrobe, desk, three sitting chairs and a coffee table in the main room, a connected kitchen, and bathroom with toilet, shower and sink. We dumped our stuff and went to find some dinner before it got dark. The trek up to the shops and restaurants in Mcleodganj was one my leg muscles were not expecting. I'm planning on counting the number of steps up, but it is basically A LOT. The stairs finish on one of the main streets of Mcleodganj and it is basically mayhem, but ...
... some huge glass fronted shelf units reaching to the ceiling. These were full of packs of texts, apparently translated from the original sanscript. To the one side of the throne were two golden Buddhas, about 3m high. After the visit I perused the many small street stalls looking for a cap as I had lost my NZ one the day before. Eventually found one in a mint green colour, which has drawn some derogatory comments! Met up with a number of the group at a rooftop restaurant for lunch. It had ...
Manali, Dharamsala / McLeod Ganj, Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Delhi
India Travel Tip #4: Hotel doesn't necessarily mean hotel. Apparently small street side restaurants sometimes call themselves hotels, but they don't have rooms.
India Travel Tip #5: Buy train tickets ahead of time. They sell out fast.
India Travel Tip #6: If you have the option (see #5 above) of a train or bus for long distance...take the train.
India Travel Tip #7: You'll ...
... may be, there can be no doubt that they have caused considerable rapid deterioration in the environment – which is apparent on the face of it. Nowadays, the locals are opposed to any new hydro power projects which would affect their water sources and public protests are common.
We could now see the well ...