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... and we were on our way again :) !
The road through Ladakh was annotated with safety and life lessons by the local road building company. Some of my favourites are listed below, hopefully you can enjoy them as much as I have.
"Know AIDS, no AIDS""Don't gossip, let them gossip""Safety on the roads is safe tea at home""Alert: be careful of curve, check your nerve""Indian traffic says, left is right and right is left""Speed thrills but kills""Be ...
... 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 ...
... potholes with that dotted the road. Once a pothole was full and vaguely flat he would put a small puja on it, presumably to the indian god off roads, tarmac and journeys that are on time! Then he would move on to the next one, ...
... session, I get an overwhelming urge to get up and stumble my way through the crowd - barefooted so I don't insult everyone with my shoes - and circumambulate the Temple to get a close up view of the Dalai Lama and appreciate the size of the crowd. I bow to the Dalai Lama in front of the Temple and walk clockwise around the inner Temple, past a side room full of monks in Maroon robes, then past crowds of Tibetans at the back of the Temple and ...
... 8216;He needs half an hour more and if it’s not the right size I don’t have to buy it’
“If it’s not the right size you’re not going to get him to make another one are you?”
“Noooooo” he laughed “we need to get going; that would be crazy!’
Yeah. Right. That would be crazy.
By that point I’d been packed up, ready to go and twiddling my thumbs for over 2 hours and ...