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... few days because I was able to give her so much attention. I danced with her; we did push-ups together; I pulled her around the house on a rug/boat, visiting imaginary Australia and Thailand. She didn't want to accept that the good times would have to end. And to tell you the truth, neither did I. But, well, the time had come to end this trip.
I want to give a big thanks here to Scott, Tawan and Oceana for their tremendous hospitality. I feel so at home ...
... Indian cuisine, but it seems the Indian’s don’t have much to say for themselves in the way of breakfast. It’s just curry, naan and more curry with a bottle of cobra to cool it down. If that were really true, maybe that would explain the carnage on Indian roads; all they consume from morning to evening is spice and alcohol.
The acclimatisation trek, despite seeming to go on for a long while, ran more smoothly than I thought it ...
... think a 300 km day would be ‘easy’. We’d never had an easy big k day. Why would this one be any different? Obviously he’d suppressed the memories. It’s safe to say that I was quite seriously aggravated.
Not to be deterred, off he went to find a tailor. Upon his return, he told me all about the jacket he’d chosen, and reported that it would be ready by 11 a.m; I didn’t much care and it wasn’t.
... the rocks gleaming and the moonlight playing on the stream waters. There is nothing like cold mountain air at night..it chills you to the bones….!
Day 2 – Jabri camp 9000 ft
This was a bitter sweet chilly morning. We woke up to the sound of the gurgling river which flowed 200 feet below us and a hot cup of ginger tea. With our morning chores over which included my first **** at 9000 ft , we got down to the business of packing our tents ...
... headed back to our waterfall.
This hike was much more tiring and challenging (at least for all us city guys). but the reward was beautiful once again. On reach the waterfall we rested for few minutes and enjoyed the nice clean water to the fullest. We were also lucky enough to be right in the middle of 3 rainbows.
We refreshed ourselves and headed back to our hotel for lunch.
Day 04: Dhundi
First day of our trek to Beas Kund. we started ...
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