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... the ox around and around, with the rice heads being dislodged from the stalks by the ox's hooves. Men use pitchforks to lift away the stalks and move them into storage for livestock feed. Women scoop the heads and remaining chaff into flat woven baskets and separate the kernels from the rest by skillfully tossing and sorting. Finally, the rice kernels are spread out in a thin layer to dry before a final cleaning and storage.
We also spent some ...
... per picture. We were flabbergasted by his suggestion. We said maybe we could pay a fixed amount to a village elder but we were not going to be paying each person 100Rs each time we clicked a photo. Ailya shrugged and said we'd have to work it out with the villagers.
We had to reset our expectations in a guide. Should we try to find somebody else? Alaya was a nice kid but clearly just a driver who ...
... with plenty of tread left.
Soon afterwards we got to snow. And at Se La pass, elevation of 4170 m (13,700 ft), the small lake was partially frozen.
On the southern side, the snow was even heavier so gorgeous. Arjun drove cautiously and frequently got passed by bolder drivers. He did tell us that the way back is often faster than the 14 hours it took on the way up. We ...
November 14, 2014
GUWAHATI to TEZPUR 4 hours/186km
KF Hotel 2500Rs ($40.50) including breakfast
Just as we started walking toward the bus station at 8:15, we conveniently caught a bus bound for Tezpur which was trawling for passengers. It was a smooth ride all the way with paved roads and ...
... we got back another Mahoot (Elephant driver) took a picture of Dad and I on the Elephant. Our Mahoot said "Salam" and the Elephant curled his trunk up like he was posing. We got back to the hotel and we took a Jeep to the Ganesh Temple and we got Tilkas again along with a prayer. We then went to the coffee plantation but there wasn't that much so we moved on to the Rubber plantation. We saw the forest of Rubber trees; some ...