Apple Valley Resort
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... and Colin had bought some firecrackers in Baijnath before riding into camp, so they let them off after dinner. Curry again with Kingfishers (200 rupees a bottle). The camp cooks are doing a great job of keeping us fed, there's always plenty to go round and its tasty. Starting to miss meat. What we do get is generally crushed chicken with small bones. Oh for a juicy steak.
Stats - miles 35.58 / elevation 3514 feet / calories ...
... the wicket. The tickets also included 3 free beers and a buffet of food, living the dream, especially as the ticket was probably cheaper than your average PL game back home.
In the penultimate weekend in Bangalore I ran the Majja Run, 5.7km, and boy was it hot. The race was due to start around 9:20, so the heat was just picking up, and by the end of the run the temperature must have been between 30-35, felt like it anyway! I finished in 31 minutes and ...
... carrying a huge bundle on her back. In her left hand was a pass which she held up to an obviously bored customs agent. More porters followed and I watched with mild interest. Most were female, many old, all carrying bundles of this and that with their head straps. Suddenly I saw my luggage on top of another whatever-tarian, and more and more camp gear and luggage behind. All those people on the road were porters,waiting for work! Trucks are not allowed to cross the Tibet/Nepal border. ...
... image from what it's really like! A guy we met in Hampi was staying in a guesthouse for a while and got friendly with one of the young guys running it. The young guy ran round excitedly telling him that people had been having sex in some of the rooms last night and predicting which people would do it again that night. A few minutes later he changed his tune though and started saying how actually he found it disgusting! Literally full of ...
... This is what I could accomplish. This was literally the peak of my travel, the greatest height that my 5 months in India had brought me to. But I'm 20. My life is far from over, and I refuse to have that quickly lost moment be the final one in my quest for success. Not to mention, the story of the Tibetans reminded me of the world's problems, of its sufferings. When I see a world map, I see a planet of problems. The amazon, Congo Basin, and Siberian Taiga ...