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... India & Pakistan. In 1999 the same trip we're on came through here as hostilities broke out and some of the Kiwis on our trip were on that trip too. As they passed through there were Pakistani shells falling near them and the Indians were firing their artillery guns from right next to the road. Pretty dramatic. Fortunately all is quiet today although there has been a strong military presence all yesterday and today. The first 60 kms were on good ...
... Answer: if you're sane, never. Meanwhile, Steve and the guys head for a mountainous area where lots are being developed. Akbar, among his many business plans, wants to purchase some lots, wait for the electricity and sewers to arrive then sell them at a healthy mark-up. Michael claims to be able to access the capital required, but Michael claims, states, recalls, bloviates and rambles incessantly and Steve has already surrendered to a "whatever" default ...
... 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) ...
... least pay your humble respects to the Himalayan giant to whom you have surrendered.
With nothing out of the window, entertainment was at least offered from inside the car. Our driver was a quiet, timid chap who spoke no English but his companion in the front seat was an extremely talkative, highly opinionated character who, unfortunately, was capable of chatting to us for hours. Many hours.
I find it heartening how many of the Indians we have met have quite ...
... 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.