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... to worry, it would all work out. It did as Norbu the ponyman turned up at 10 am with 5 lovely ponies and we got away by 11am. Phew. For the next 8 days we walked through a fascinating valley, with many more villages than in our first trek. We would be here all week if we described everyday so we will let the photos do the talking and just give you the edited highlights of a truly fantastic trek. We have also found a you tube video that shows some of the scenery of Zanskar ...
... 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 ...
... ever done. The snow was about 12 feet high and so every step you sank in a little. As you went to take your next step your back foot would suddenly and unpredictably sink meaning you spent your whole time trying to keep your balance. Once you had sunk knee-high, or even thigh-high, you struggled to get out as the snow would keep collapsing around you digging you a bigger hole! Given that I only had thin running trainers with no grip my feet were quickly ...
... was endowed with a handful of popcorn and an orange blob on my forehead. Although my agnostic mind found the situation a little uncomfortable taking part in religious ceremony does not seem to have the stigma (if that is the correct word) or seriousness that it does in the west. Can you imagine a Catholic priest handing out the ’body of Christ’ to an Indian tourist. Within the temple the orange blob seemed fine but on the street I felt conspicuously like a prize ...
... and, as instructed, mentioned our Israeli friends. The owner, Mann, cheerfully welcomed us to Manali; not only did he have a double room available but he would meet us in town, help us unload and lead us there. Things were looking up; we’d crossed Rohtang, our accommodations were sorted and we were still alive. All in all, a good day.
In an unused lot of land beside an empty school we unloaded the bikes, our gear and handed our ...