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... 42c for them) and I am on the mend. We rounded out the week with our day off, mainly taking it easy, but we couldn't resist attending the MISS HIMALAYA PAGEANT 2014! This actually turned out to be pretty fun. There were only 5 entrants in the end, 2 Bhutanese students and 3 Indian Hichemal Pradeshians, no Tibetans this year. The enthusiastic host had watched too many American Pageants we think, the crowd were certainly not going with her in terms of ...
McLeod Ganj is definitely one of the cooler places I've been and one I could easily have spent a few days more here. It is the home of the Tibetan government in exile as well as His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama. The Indians have almost given the town over to Tibetan refugees and so the small town feels much more Tibetan than it does Indian. It's also full of hippies and trekkers (it was weird seeing so many westerners after Kashmir) so, with all the ...
... man made roads piercing through the thick layer of snow. Smooth dense snow all round, frozen lakes, and the token road workers, axe in hand and only eyes visible. We were beside ourselves, never before had we experienced such a unique scenery and it was truly amazing.
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... been researching Uzbekistan Airways policy and according to their website they had a special rate for sports goods, unfortunately our check in employee didn’t seem to be aware of this so insisted that we would have to pay 4 euros a kilo excess baggage for the bikes. A few calculations later found that this totalled a bill of 160 euros! Following the policy of making a fuss until something happens we stood at the counter with a growing que of fellow passangers behind us. ...
... began labouring up a very steep and narrow, single-vehicle path. I braced myself against the dash, fully expecting the tyres to lose traction and the truck to slide sickeningly but unrelentingly backwards, gaining momentum down the 30º incline. I imagined us teetering on the edge; the laws of physics taunting us with a faint glimmer of hope moments before it became a crunching, disintegrating heap of metal and broken bodies, but it ...