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... of a shock to the system!
We decided that we needed to move on from the very gorgeous and comfy but eventually disappointing hotel that made our bellies sore and as we had previously found a small apartment which would allow us to cook some home food, have a log fire and lots of creature comforts we decided to check it out and move in – this place is above our usual budget (we are such bad backpackers!) but has been worth every penny and beats huddling around ...
... which was fine. He brought us out three large plates with steaming hot bread and a fried egg on top and 3 tiny cups of very sweet tea (see pic). It was just what we needed to get us through the day (and cost us about 20c each!). At the hospital we gathered where the doctors meet every morning for their handover and were introduced to the doctors: Desel (DES-IL), Tsundue (SOON-DO) x 2, Lhundup (LOON-DUP), and Rangjung (RANG-JUNG), the only female ...
... impossible to drive fast here without power steering. But these taxi drivers are used to it. This road is also termed as Highway to hell. You can see a lot of bikers in their Royal Enfields going to Leh from here. We were climbing uphill at a speed of 80 km/h. I felt like puking even though my stomach was empty.
The view was beautiful and the snow looked pristine white. The sunrays falling on the snow capped mountain ahead of us revealed a ...
... to be full of ageing hippies who have lived in Ashrams for the last 10 years.
The walk was lovely , it was a warm sunny day and we found a short cut up a steep path to the village . Most places are closed down and I think we saw maybe 7 westerners , no hippies and no sign of any raves going on !
After moving on we went to see the waterfall , there was a temple by the waterfall with a Yogi in residence. We didn’t go and visit him as you have to ...
... door #3. I called Vivien at BulletWallas and explained our predicament. Were there any mechanics nearby that we could leave the bikes with? There weren’t. Did she know of any local drivers with a truck or van that could take both us and the bikes across? She didn’t. ****. This was not looking good. Not at all.
As we munched our toast, slurped our coffee and wondered what to do, a taxi driver shuffled over. He’d ...