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... of the road made us feel like we were on permanent rinse cycle in a washing machine is neither here nor there. We eventually arrived at Padum, had scrummy food for £1.20 between us, changed cars and then up yet another stunning valley to our first campsite at Raru. Finally we were about to start the trek in the morning. Yippee.
Or not ! Our poor guide, Dorjay was really worried as the ponyman hadn't turned up with the horses by 9am and we were supposed to leave at 8! We told ...
... and joined other volunteers picking up rubbish for a morning. McLeod is, ironically, by far the cleanest place any of us has seen in India and do it felt a bit crazy doing it there but you are where you are I guess. After complaining bitterly about the amount of rubbish and the blight that it is, it felt good to do something about it. Even though McLeod seemed clean in comparison to the rest of India we must have filled a good 15-20 bin liners in just ...
... four high passes, the highest one being over 17,500' above sea level. This is the second-highest "navigable" road in the world. Ill have to do a bit of carburetor adjustment to coerce my bike over that hill, but, fingers crossed, I should be in Leh in 4-5 days. After that, I'm hoping to cover some more ground in Kashmir, stopping in Kargil, Srinagar, Jammu, and, eventually, Dharmsala. After that, I'll gauge how excited I'll be about touring the lowlands ...
... checked in we managed to make a substantial saving over the original price and were on our way to India.
Everybody we had told we were going to Delhi had already informed us that the city was crazy and it didn’t disappoint. There is no way to explain the busy streets, touts, poverty and intense crowding without the term ’insanity’ but we had a good few days sight seeing and eating mounds of vegetable curry. We had to hang around for a few days as we ...
... my shoulders; ready to slam the door open, bail out and haul me along with him at a moment’s notice should the edge give way beneath our wheels. His angst was understandable, still, I thought it was a bit harsh of him to suggest I **** Off when I asked how he was enjoying the view.
As we toiled ever upwards we became increasingly thankful that we hadn’t attempted to ride. Mist and clouds swirled around savage, ...