Hotel Sun Shine
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... lifes and there isn't much choice but trust each other. Fortunately, there are one double hard bed, and one softer couch which Barb chooses. After settling in, we headed back to our drop point where I saw one open restaurant. I'd say about only 5% of shops are open. This restaurant is a pizza place, something I had been craving for, for a while now. They had satellite TV on and the news of the flood is all over it on NDTV, a Delhi english TV station. ...
... who looks remarkably like a young Rabbi, talis and all, receives each visitor with a prayer and a small line of orange something on their foreheads. A bell hangs from the single doorway to the chamber and the faithful ring it four times as they leave. As Steve is leaving, having only observed, the man in front of him murmurs over his shoulder, "Ring it, wish for something, maybe for your family." He does, so Steve's family, if you're reading this, you are totally ...
... and tents to follow, Max and I decided to off-load our bags onto the horses for Rs200 (just over R30) a day when given the option. Seemed like a steal. We were set. It was after this that we met our Bangalore-based American tent mate, Wendie. She was a very sweet and considerate woman venturing on the trek alone. We were lucky to nab her in our tent.
We went to sleep nervous and on an uneven rocky surface. I guess we needed to man up now or never. Day 2: Sonamarg (7800ft) ...
... what will I do after? The physical pain of not sleeping combined with the mental pain of not knowing at all what I'm doing is something I've never quite felt before, and never wanna feel again. Felt like life was falling apart. Still feeling that now but after a 4 hour power nap it's a bit better. Hopefully tonight or tomorrow I can meet some people at least, and make up a plan to get back on track. Me and my stomach, and budget, needs ...
... in anticipation of a view that is worth the energy spent.
We did stop multiple times in between, to ensure that Chell and Vijaya catch their breaths, and enjoy the journey also, on our way to the destination.
We finally reached the heart of the Thajiwas glacier, where the stream was gushing past us with verocious ferocity, and the freezing sweet pure water, quenched our thirst, with myself and Prakash filling our bottles afresh.