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... hug rivers deep down inside numerous canyons. At one point I felt like we were driving through the Grand Canyon. Where there were no rivers, the land was barren and desert like with lots of dust in the air. Our driver did a great job of keeping us on the road. We did get two flat tires and we saw a few jeeps that didn't stay on the road. We were planning to take another 400 km. jeep ride to the far western part of India called Kashmir but I think it might be worth flying ...
... bridge to enter the Tosh village, once you cross that bridge you will see narrow roads and would realise that the trek is steep. Keep trekking till the waterfall.
People in Tosh are very innocent. The place where I stayed in Tosh was a wooden guesthouse, and the owner of that guesthouse was a lady. I spoke to her regarding Tosh’s weather in winter, she laughed and proudly said “Poora safed hota hai humara Tosh” it ...
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We pass small groups of road workers, most of then from Bihar or Orissa, who must travel far from home to find work . Women with children were chink chink chinking away at rocks with hammers, getting them down to a consistent baseball-sized ...
... dust and smoke from the vehicles had made it brown. After negotiating through some more beautifully dangerous hairpins we reached our destination. Rohtang pass. 13000 feet. Please don't forget to see how this road looks on Google Maps.
It was biting cold, it was around 7-8 degrees. Thanks to the rented snow costumes which were keeping us warm.
There were a ...
After a heavy dinner at Ambala Haveli near Chandigarh and a nice sound sleep in the bus, I woke up at around 7am and could see the wonderful green mountains everywhere and the river Beas flowing right beside the road. It was simply picturesque. I was waiting to get down and experience nature. We were near Kullu. Still a couple of hours from Manali. Everyone were fast asleep, so even I dozed off.
Briefly after, the twisty turns woke me up ...