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... reached rohtang only to find to our horror that there was not even a bit of snow. Paid an exorbitant amount of 2000 for two horses to trek up the hill..Local people were preparing Maggi noodles and charged Rs60 per plate..literally fed up..on the way down, got caught in traffic jam for about 2 hours and it rained :-( ...covered up Rani Nala and rahala water falls on the way down. Missed solong Valley...Terrible day without food
Day 3 - Sep ...
... on his own failing strength for the task that clearly was too big for him (and he knew it instinctively) and making one bad decision after another while panicking, had for a moment did what David did, going to God and laying it all out, admitted his failure and beg for Mercy, had sought God's heart for a change, would he have deviated from the way so badly and failed so miserably in the end? I don't know but part of me thinks that the merciful God would have given him grace. I ...
On the second day of the trek we passed through Congra valley and Mandi valley. We saw mountain chickens, goats, and ox. We experienced swift changes in weather, ranging from intense sunshine to bitter winds carrying cold from the top of the snow-capped mountains.
Over the course of the trek we did a lot of reading. We spent evenings by the fire with Jango, his son (one of the porters), and the cook (the other porter). ...
... you get feed ******** on a constant basis by touts and salesmen so you have to
either double check everything for yourself or just ignore it. (we later found out it is possible) It can be
mentally quite draining when your tired and just want to get somewhere.
We stopped at one point and saw a truck that had fallen into a pretty
fast moving river. There was a team of guys trying to pull it out.
They certainly had their work cut out for them as it didn't look ...
We have just finished our volunteering, and as I write this, I'm sat on a mini bus to leh, its 4.45am, and we have been on the bus for 28 hours now, we are broken down and in the middle of nowhere, More about this little adventure later! So volunteering was an absolute blast, the children tried their damnedest at every task set, and showered us with leaving cards on our last day, not to mention raps and songs they had made up, the kids were truly amazing, if only kids in the ...