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... nicely. We are served a huge bottle of water, followed by coffee and tea, followed by a breakfast consisting of bread with honey, and an omelette (if your choice is the non-veg menu), including another round of coffee and tea. It is simple food, but it tops off the pastries we received in our hotel breakfast boxes. We feel extra grateful for these amenities as we pass other passenger trains traveling in different directions where the people ...
... second hand to eat, and the glasses are not tasty anyways. So I was saved!
I was infected with that cellular modem idea. I went to Tata Indicom shop, and got myself the latest model - Photon+ by Huawei EC1260 - up to 3mbps downstream! The only problem is that there is no unlimited rate for this model, there are only two choices - limited time or limited download. For the first month I'm choosing the limited download - going to be in Nepal the most of the time anyway.
I was awakened at 4:30 am, drenched in sweat, by a knock at my door. My friends Tomak and Michal wanted to know if I would accompany them to Kaza in the Spiti Valley, or if I would stay one more day to rest. Our hotel in Keylong was not the type of place I wanted to hang around in, so even though I was still feeling sick, I decided to join them for the 6-7 hour trip to Kaza. After a couple of hours on the bus, it started to ...
... the cheapest accommodation which is 'the apartments' and are apparently awful due to being VERY isolated, near a loud road and full of intimidating monkeys). The drive in is an experience. Crazy Indians taking each other on on blind corners in clapped out cars on mountainous roads without seatbelts. Often in torrential rain. Without windscreen wipers. I am serious. Arriving at another suburb of Shimla away from the town itself we pulled up outside a ...
At the pass, the cold high-altitude wind blew hard from the Himalayan Parvati Valley into the relatively drier Pin Valley, or so we thought. We rested behind sheltering chortens and rocks, looking into an unfamiliar valley, about to leave the Parvati Valley behind. Is the summit, the pass always the climax of the trip? In our case, it was. I'm not trying to spoil everything by beginning with our goal accomplished. After all, I am ...