Sydney, undefined, Australia
May 8, 2005
At night, it's cold, and you need the huge cotton quilts, which are lavishly supplied. There are little heaters, but it's still chilly. None of the places we saw in Manali that advertised central heating actually had any. But the beauty of the place makes the wrapping up worthwhile. Unless you are travelling with someone very frail, it won't be a problem.
One of the best things about D'Chalet was the in-house food. It cost no more than food downtown and was always fresh, tasty, and of great quality. It was lovely for a lazy brunch or an evening in when the crisp air makes you lazy.
From journal Manali in Winter