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... Maybe this is why people who live here just seem to accept this as a way of life, but for the mere visitor it’s a shock to the core, and a challenging visual experience.
In the end we lucked out, and enjoyed an extremely tasty breakfast, including lots and lots of great coffee, read the papers and felt ready for the day. As it was a free day we mulled around the area, looking in book shops, talking about our plans and generally having a pretty hassle free ...
... is a new culvert being built across the road and we have to take to the sandy detour in which two people tipped off. We stop for lunch at another tent cluster although they have difficulty feeding the group and we have to spread across three tents and then it's still slim pickings. Mine was omelette rolled up in a chapati, a Kit Kat and half a bottle of water. The good road stops before we start climbing the Taglang La (Pass), at 5,328m (17,483 ft) ...
... we were almost at the turn. He would jam on the brakes and turn the steering wheel. As soon as the car was mostly around the corner, the acceleration began again! There were some times where I was sure we would skid past the turn and go off the road. What I mean by off the road is that we would roll down the steep cliff side!!!! Both Kim and my heads would sway back and forth! I kept hoping that we would not bump heads!!!
We arrived at the Rohtang Pass at 13,060 feet. It was ...
... and were enjoying the picnic spot in the midst of hilly forests.
Then we reached the "Solang valley ropeway and ski centre". It was a huge plain land surrounded by steep muddy hills. Tourists were enjoying the adventure sports. Zorbing, paragliding and horse riding. We opted for a high glide at Rs 1900/person. We had to climb up the hill for paragliding using the rope ...
... the distance accompanied by big waves and musical blasts from our horns.
The road out from Tso Kar to the Manali – Leh Highway was entertaining; undulating, twisty, paved and dry; for once we made good time. Reaching the highway we turned left onto a wide expanse of flat, pebbly road. At first glance it appeared to be fairly smooth but in many sections it was rough, potholed, forcing us to a crawl as we deked around camouflaged, ...