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... rocks to scramble up and so I then continued straight up the river bed to see how far I could get. For the next hour and a half I picked my way upstream trying to stay dry and not end up in an Indian version of 127 hours. There were a few close shaves where I had to jump from boulder to boulder or stretch fully across a big drop but the climb went well and soon I was high up in the mountains surrounded by high sided slopes chocca full of greenery and now sat ...
... a great speed so as to annihilate anything that comes in the way. We were holding the rope so tight as tho our life depended on it. (Yes it was)!
After almost an hour we reached the end point. Our vehicle was waiting with our luggage.
We enjoyed it. ...
... the second of three Indian cookery lessons. I think samosas and vegetable korma is on the menu for today.
The food here is great. All vegetarian, although you can get meat if you want it. As there is no refrigeration, I don't trust the meat so have been eating vegetarian food only for the last few weeks. This is no bad thing after a month of eating meat for every meal at the farm!
We are filling our days with lots of reading, some exercise and a bit more reading! I ...
... kazakhstan, Uzbekistan couldn't ride across Pakistan and flew to Delhi and rode up to Dharamsal. They can't get permission to enter Burma so they can't reach Bangkok so their trip ends here. It seems impossible that they have ridden this far in 4 months. There are a lot of people doing treks and walking 45 kms a day and thinking nothing of it. I am still struggling with my 140 steps.
... plan of break journey. But my husband told me it’s only for once. Next time, as he said, we had to take the bus. And again I vomited out as usual, this time my son gave me a good competition. He kept vomiting he was all wet, my husband was all wet too. Finally when we reached Mandi, I saw my son was completely dehydrated he was not even opening his eyes. It was then, that on our return journey my husband himself decided on hiring a cab. I was heavily ...