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... climb the Zoji La Pass (3529m). Suddenly we come to a roadblock manned by two soldiers. Apparently they are about to blast above the road and we will have to wait from 11.30 till 3.00. At least the scenery is stunning and there is a small amount of shade. At about 12.15 there is a blast and a huge cloud of dust from around the next corner. A helicopter flew past and it was probably filming the blast. All the roads along this border are built and maintained ...
... A bit later Hayaat, the restaurant proprietor, also one of the wealthiest men in town, joins us as well. He is also beyond charming. Julie misses out on most of the conversation while lying on the chaise sleeping away her carbon monoxide induced headache. The air is smoke filled and the conversation is never-ending. Of course because we are Americans and America is the subject of some scrutiny 'round these parts (we are at war about a 700 rupee cab ride away), ...
... 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) ...
... Kashmir, we often ask what they want to happen as a result of this perpetual border dispute. And all just say they want simple peace. Put bluntly, this region doesnt have it easy even without occasional gunfire, and less conflict means more stability means more tourism and more of a reliable income. Young Ladakhi men apparently do not want to go into the army, the only reason for the heaving military bases here is that the dismal pay is more dependable than other trades at ...
... 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.