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We just spent 4 days in the lowlands of the Himalayas, each night staying in a different village. What an amazing experience, especially the view of the Nandi Devi range, the highest peak in Indian at over 25,000 feet. To get here we had to take a 5.5 hour train and a 3 hour very windy drive. Needless to say, goof thing we brought lots of ...
... class assigned seats. Then train was surprisingly ahead of schedule so we found our seats, adjusted our neck pillows and slept the majority of the morning. I woke up for breakfast and then the toilet... So in India on trains or probably any transportation, the toilets do not have a bottom. Yes that's right you pee or poop and it all lands on the train tracks where the animals eat. At first I thought I was half asleep but then ...
... br> 16. Great Tit
17. Black Throated Tit
18. Khaleej Pheasant
19. Himalayan Black Lored Tit
20. Gray Hooded Warbler
21. Black Bulbul
22. Gray Winged Black Bird
23. Blue Whistling Thrush
24. Rock Pigeon
25. Red Billed Blue Magpie
26. Gray Headed Canary Flycatcher
27. Asian Brown Flycatcher
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... and the long journey to KunjKharak, Manoj suggested we take a lunch break and then explore Pangot a lillte bit. We satiated ourselves with piping hot Dal & Chappattis and some Scrambled Eggs from a nearby restaurant and waited for Manoj. He took us initially to the village and then to Jungle Lore Birding Lodge. This place is set in a village amidst oak trees and ...
Pindari Glacier Trek
During this 6-day trek to the Pindari Glacier we hiked around 90 kilometres. We trekked alongside spectacular snow-capped peaks, spotting a Himalayan black bear, beautiful monals, langur monkeys, mountain sheep, staying in tiny huts without electricity, running water, indoor plumbing, heat (at night it went below zero) or gas, it felt like we were camping. As much a cultural experience as a natural one, it was great fun to chat ...