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... everything including her husband's 83 year old mother. Chatting with Angmo and finding out more about her life whilst making traditional Ladakhi food was one of my most precious memories,
3. Seeing the raw beauty of the glistening glaciers and high mountain peaks, listening to the constant roar of the mighty rivers and seeing the moon set above a snowy peak at sunrise. It was worth having to get up to go to the loo !
4. Visiting Phugtal Monastery which is perched on the ...
... thinker after all.
We bumped into some Kiwis we had met in Delhi. Their wives are in a film crew that is shooting in the area so they have come for a bit of a look. Nice guys.We went for long walks up in the Himalayas to pass the time and take in the views. As you walk you are hit with the scent of Himalayan Pines, then you get accosted by the smell of a cow shed, then you are overwhelmed by the aroma of ...
... down there, all looked just similar to the postcards I have seen in my home during my childhood. To the extent of our complete surprise, we saw a hanging bridge on one side of highway and without fail we stopped. Walking upon it, leaning downwards and seeing the blazing river water due to sunlight gave me a immense feeling of satisfaction, I had just completed one of the “to do things” on my never ending wish list of my life. We had ...
... thousands, of road-side workers we passed that day. Since we were in the middle of nowhere, these people also live on the side of the road in makeshift communal tarp-and-rock abodes.
... dust and smoke from the vehicles had made it brown. After negotiating through some more beautifully dangerous hairpins we reached our destination. Rohtang pass. 13000 feet. Please don't forget to see how this road looks on Google Maps.
It was biting cold, it was around 7-8 degrees. Thanks to the rented snow costumes which were keeping us warm.
There were a ...