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... sickness. Couldn't run 100m though. Riding through patches of snow but not particularly cold, no long johns and just a thin merino under my jacket. The terrain today has been an amazing collection of rock formations. Changing from one valley to the next. Granite, with huge blocks that have obviously tumbled down from higher up, then huge areas of grey slate, then areas of schist. The rock colours vary from grey to dark grey to red and in some areas there are ...
... were really amusing and full of pun. Like- “ Jinhe jaldi thi woh chale gaye” as translated in English “ Those who were in Hurry are already gone” and another one was having a translation like “ True love is not blind, the people in true love slowly become blind”.
We entered Kasol around 2:30 in the afternoon and right there, we got stuck in the traffic jam. Damn, here around 2000 Kms away from Mumbai, but ...
... 3.500m, eased the pressure in her brain slightly.
Unfortunately the altitude combined with a virus picked up somewhere
or other left Donna in bed for her entire time in Leh.
Leh itself is a quite city. The surrounding
mountains made for picture perfect scenery and we visited a number
of Tibetan monasteries but after one two days we got back in the car
for the return journey to Manali. The return trip offered an equal
amount of awe and we ...
... highway that goes to Leh, some 480 kms from Manali.
Once we reached our destination, some 10 kms from Rohtang Pass, we alighted from the car and took to foot power to carry us the rest of the way. Since the altitude is high, oxygen deprivation is a known complaint. We had to rest for a few minutes, but in general we were fine.
At the base, it was tea time and a chance to sit and rest. There are many tents, ...
Since we last wrote we have had a lovely long weekend in Singapore with great friends who live there and visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar, centre of the Sikh religion. Yet again, a famous and much photographed heritage site did not fail to impress. The Golden Temple really was stunning. Like Hinduism, Sikhism really is a very gentle and inclusive religion. We were told by a gentleman who takes it upon himself to educate foreigners about the temple that "this is your ...