Hotel Tashi Delek
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... in our hearts as it has been such a positive start to our adventures. On our journey so far, we have learnt that even if there is language barrier, a smile can be all you need to communicate. So it seems appropriate that our favourite saying that we saw on a T shirt of one of the lovely students at SECMOL is one we intend to emulate as we continue our adventures: Life is short: smile while you still have teeth.
Take care, keep smiling and let us know your news. Himachal Pradesh here we ...
Our mammoth journey to Leh begins!
Our truck picked us up in the morning, with luggage on the roof and six of us squeezed in we were off. Almost immediately the views became breathtaking. As we zigged and zagged out of Manali we spied some vultures flying the thermals, lots of waterfalls and snowy peaks finally clear of cloud. We first climbed the Rotang pass immediately out of the town. Our driver pointed out the best spots ...
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Well, the stars have finally aligned, and I'm here in Manali ten years later, having just acquired a temperamental 1997 Royal Enfield Bullet 350, loaded with 12 extra liters of petrol to take me on the first leg of my journey...the 500km of rough road from Manali to Leh. ...
... 600 years are positioned on mountains and in areas impossible to believe reachable by human beings without modern transport, let alone the fact that these were actually built there. Colourful prayer flags litter the tops of mountains sending hope and good luck to those who mount the flags. These are best hung as high as possible or by water for the best affect or answer.
What struck me most about this amazing region is their ecological and ...
We stopped so Peter could walk back and take pictures of the road
workers working at such a height in pretty tough conditions. They
collect rocks and break them apart with nothing other than
sledgehammers. When there is a guy using a spade, there is usually a
rope tied to the spade end and another guy will pull at the same time
thus equalizing the force pulling at the other side making a day of shoveling ...