Apple Country Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so keep on looking after yourselves and each other ok! We’ve been struggling to get any internet connection (despite it being promised everywhere) so we’re checking our emails and updating these pages as much as possible, it’s the mountains after all so fibre optic cable hasn’t made it here yet - and long may that continue, well apart from when its promised and not delivered of course, that’s just false economy ha ha!
Sadly we had our ...
... not knowing how much further we had to go until finally a lovely Canadian (from Vancouver Gem!) broke the news that we were only 5 minutes from the top and it was totally worth it! Best news I had received for a long time! We reached the top at 11:30am. The view was spectacular! The snowcapped mountains that we had marvelled at so far away on our walk to the hospital were right in front of us and just beautiful. It was also a perfect day for it, clear blue skies, hot in the ...
... a yak or two. The scenery at this stage was identical to the Power Rangers HQ right in the middle of the very rocky surroundings. Sharp slanted black teeth were pointing at us from the cliffs of the south, it was surreal, rare and pretty as a desert can be. After 17 hours of truly magnificent landscapes, we arrived to Leh as the sun set over the western range leaving us beautiful orange-reddish colours as a delicious dessert to the most spectacular drive we have had in our ...
... Rohtang Pass before the day was done. I shuffled over to the window and peered through the thin curtain:
“Oh. My. God. Tim, you are not gonna believe this”
“Come take a look”
Outside our window, the street was blanketed in snow that was still gently falling in fat, wet flakes. Our poor bikes sulked miserably beneath thick coats of slush. Praying that it was a bizarre ...
... or arrogance. This kind of thing happens so easily out here. People are shed of something. People are more open and willing to listen, absorb and develop. People have more patience.
I top up on meds and consume some brekky. The stomach holds well as I pack and we get going for the trek up to Kheerganga - A four hour trek away, up to where the hot springs are. We come across Barnassi and seek out a guide to get us up the full way and we have one ...