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... talking to people that I realised that I would need a radio to hear the translations (on the website it said they could be acquired once inside the temple). So I went on a trek to find a radio, which I purchased for about $7, got some brekkie and made it back to the temple just in time for the chanting to finish and the Dalai Lama to start his teaching. It was so surreal being in the temple of the Dalai Lama, listening to him teach on my birthday. I feel I did get ...
... previous. It left a 100-200 m section of single lane road that now featured a new waterfall flowing over the entire length. There was no one directing the holiday weekend traffic so it was free for all waiting to pass through the area. We were standing still for over an hour at one point as cars from the other side rushed the open segment of road. The next challenge that we faced was an accident involving 2 trucks. I don’t know exactly ...
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Entering Miyar Canyon from the town of Udaipur, you would never imagine there is a vast wide valley above. Canyon walls are steep and tight. The road is in-cut into the cliffs in some places. The fact that there is a road here ...
mountain views we could only otherwise dream of. After all it is the Himalayas!
If we did it again we would just rent a motorbike with racks and deal
with the odd monsoon shower.You can't seem to rent a car in India
without having a driver as we were told that it is the car owners
responsibility in the event of an accident. We don't know how that
relates to a motorcycle then but one thing we have come to realise , is
that in India, if your ...
... across a map of trekking tracks and found out there was one nearby. So we started the trek to Jogini Falls. It was more of a hike than a trek. After about an hour, enjoying the surrounding views of the forest, the mountains and the local houses we reached the spot. It was not much of a huge falls, but a small quiet one. We decided to actually trek the mountain adjoining the falls. So we went up till half way, took a couple of pictures and ...