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... 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 ...
We're leaving now, going to a big backpacker town called Manali. Here is where the adventure sports are so hopefully I will finally get to paraglide. There's also potential for zorbing, more trekking and mountainy stuff so it should be a good few days. I have had to start planning my way out of India as well. Although I still have a couple of weeks this part of my adventure is slowly coming to an end, sad times! But luckily for the moment, adrenaline ...
... our first guesthouse was excellent. At an elevation 1700m, our room faced out across the valley below with full length windows making up the entire wall. The tail end of the monsoon rains would come at night with dramatic thunder storms in the valleys plains below and the rain battering our tin roof. This wild weather encouraged some of the wildlife to take shelter indoors and everyday we were putting out spiders, flying beetles ...
For many the inner adventure is boring and/ or confusing and that is why I share the outward adventure above. If you are interested in the other 95% of the experience just ask. Suffice it to say that like outward adventure it is difficult and frustrating at times and then very rewarding and even surprising other times. Hiking out on day 90 left me with a lump in my throat knowing this had been a precious opportunity and the likelihood of a repeat is ...
... a 3km pollution filled tunnel akin to a journey into Dante’s Inferno did we make it to Aut and gratefully took the first hotel room we could find.
A less eventful fourth day of riding brought us to Manali, a small touristy mountain town inexplicably filled to the rafters with pot smoking Israelis. A couple of days R&R and we shall be ready to tackle the Manali-Leh highway, give our new wheels a proper test and see how we stand up to some 5000m passes in the worlds greatest ...