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... to take a trek here, if we can, as the season is coming to an end and winter is drawing in which means that the major trekking routes are shut up for the winter as the snow draws in. There is one activity that we can’t unfortunately do, and that’s travel the Rhotang pass, which is the second highest road in the world at over 5000m, and is famous as a beautiful motorbike tour which takes 4-6 days depending on the stops you make. We wanted to take this road right ...
... 15 and there's a wait for those behind me to reach the summit, with some getting a lift. A few have the bikes trucked up and walk the last bit. However everyone has got to the top its an amazing effort, and certainly not a sign of failure. I take pictures of those coming up after me and grab some shots at the top and of the sign saying how high we are.
We're only halfway through the day. We still need to get to our lunch stop. After ...
... That also explained their little bit off English accent and use of local words, but they were definitely acquainted with local language. Their story was that they came some time ago to Kasol somehow and now, they just can’t leave this place, KASOL, such a mesmerizing place is.
I slept in my room, wearing my jacket, one of the coldest nights I have ever seen. We all have agreed to leave Kasol by next day early morning. Next morning, when I woke ...
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After considering many options, we decided to head to the MiyarValley in India. We eventually added another partner to our team, Sandeep - this was particularly awesome because Sandeep is an awesome guy and ...
... bringing up the rear. We got absolutely drenched! I'd never stood behind a waterfall before and it may sound like a stupid thing but just seeing the view from somewhere so high up in the hills blocked out by a massive wall of water was pretty incredible. It was scary too. The force it was coming out in front of us with was immense. We came out from behind soaked an laughing like crazy people with their poor pet dog who had been forced to endure getting ...