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... that there is virtually no dust on this long and bumpy road. The negative is that all the streams have been swollen, and many of them cross the road, or actually run on the road. Some of them are raging rivers, and it is a challenge for our drivers to negotiate all the stones and water while protecting the undersides of the vehicles. Truly an adventure!
The second pass is Rohtang, and it is ...
... mountains. After a little silence, we started conversation with so called strange guys and finally, the situation bit later was that each guy around the fire was telling stories one by one, everything looked so unhurried and relaxed. The topic ranges from Spirituality to Philosophy, even state transportation to the local illegal alcohol. The high point was that in the last when we decided to leave, we came to know that some of those guys were not even from ...
... us with TONS of delicious Indian food to recharge our batteries.
Settled in a base camp, we started to focus on what we came there for - climbing some mountains!!!
... first slope so for Johns second day it was a little intense but he made it. I soaked up the ride loving the back country action - no people, no lifts and just a massive bowl of snow and nothingness facing us. Again we returned to the camp, a warm soup ready for us before dinner. We huddled in the chefs tent to stay warm by the fire, shared scotch and stories and ate a yummy three course meal. The last morning we woke and hiked for a couple ...
... by a hot cup of tea by Nuns at Lama Gonpa. There we face a some language problem but everything is going well. They provide us all things for cooking and bedding we really thankful for such a cooperation