Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu
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... to an Asian airline) I should get home soon J Mark is going to pick me up and we are surprising my mom, haha! I don’t know how she is going to react, so this should be fun. Can’t wait to see yall all when I get home. I hope we will have time to hang out with everyone at least for a bit. I love you and we will be back on the blog again when we get back to our travels. Hopefully that will be soon or I might get too comfortable at home and never leave again, haha! Yeah right ...
Return of the Royal Enfield Studds – Prelude…
Isn't it funny how, sometimes, events just take on a life of their own?
Back around the beginning of the year Tim and I had discussed the possibility of doing a return trip to India to once again ride Royal Enfields in the mountainous northern states of Jammu and Kashmir, or Himachal Pradesh. It had been more than 2 years since our initial, self-directed tour to ...
... the ride out was a wee bit punishing for our electric machine... She strained and groaned going up the seriously steep road out of the valley (I enjoyed the downhill too much to think about how long the charge would hold up), and we had to apply some considerable pedal power at last, haha! She seemed to recover on the flat and was trying to impress us again shortly... The road around the lake was great fun, like riding the Big Dipper, we had nice views ...
... in the birthday by wearing out "National" uniform. However it is hard to find Canadian supplies here so I went as a cow girl. It were as if we were famous, sometimes it was insane. We were always posing and taking photos with someone but we got to see some great performances play some games and wish the school a happy birthday on Friday. :) Saturday we could not attend the festivities to meet other students from other schools. ...
... to the Top of the World’, narrating one man’s journey to one of the remotest places in the world; the Changthang Plateau in Ladakh bordering China, or perhaps it was the cleverly located ad coupled with the self-satisfied look of accomplishment on the rider’s face. It’s tricky to say exactly why it stopped me in my tracks – suffice to say that it did. Gazing at the glossy spread, I had a good idea what he was thinking:
"I made it. ...