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First swimming of this year😊.
Bright sunny day was enough to call for swimming in freezing cold water. Tried couple of time to get slowly into water but it was making me feel more cold and finally after 10 mins of trying , last solution was to jump and see whatever happens after that. My tip would be if you are also fearing off cold then just make your mind to jump off😂, though don't write me back if you don't know how to jump😂. After the jump, I thought water is not that cold as I have anticipated earlier but than 5 mins later I couldn't feel my legs and then soon whole body was becoming red. I thought this as extremely unbearable instead of enjoying I was feeling the pain but I also remembered time back in Delhi, where temperature was touching almost 45°C hot and to often get some relief from it, we used to go to a swimming pool at Pritampura and those one hour in water used to feel the best time of the day. I used to wish if I could swim in freezing cold water but right now here in ladakh I have what I wished for. So with that thought it gave me enough reason to enjoy whatever state I was in rather than again wishing for warmer water.
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A virtigo-inducing car drive to gurudongarmar lake that is hardly 5-7 kilometers from China border for which we woke up at the odd wee hours even before the crack of dawn at lachen.The drive to the remotest part of snow clad Himalayas was amazingly scenic.we were the first ones to leave for the lake from our hotel and we actually didn't spot any vechicle on the way and were the first one for that day to reach the unearthly beauty that Lake Gurudongarmar lake is.Actually at higher elevations the weather could turn suddenly as the day progressed. Any delay increased the risk of being sent back by the sentries manning the last Indian Army check-post before the destination so it's good that you stick to your time schedule for this trip.
Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the Himachal Pradesh. The general thought is that Spiti valley is closed in winters, but it not like so, as you may visit many places in Spiti valley like Kaza, Kibber Key Monastery, Dhankar and Tabo in winters and experience the way of living in Such cold area. Spiti is accessible from Shimla, as Shimla – Kaza road is open throughout the year.
At “Highway to Himalayas” we are operating “Wintry Spiti Valley Expedition”. - You can find the Soul of Place at Spiti valley in winters as it will be uncrowded. - Wildlife: - You can see Blue Sheep, Red fox, Himalayan Ibex. And if you are Lucky you may spot a Snow Leopard. - Snow Laden Landscape. - Be a part of Local family during your visit and experience and understand the living in winters in Cold dessert Spiti valley.
Brief Itinerary:- Day 1: Shimla – Kalpa (230 kms)
Day 2: Kalpa – Nako – Tabo (154 kms)
Day 3: Tabo - Dhankar – Kaza (Pin valley if Roads allows)
Day 04: Kaza – Key Monastry – Chicham - Kibber
Day 05: Kibber – Komic – Hikkim – Langza - Kaza
Day 6: Kaza – Kalpa(210 Kms)
Day 07: Kalpa – Shimla (230 kms)
Inclusions: - SUV vechile for the complete Tour. - Pickup & Drop from Shimla. - 06 night’s accommodation.(Twin/Triple Sharing). - All stay at Homestay. - 06 Breakfast & 06 Dinners.(Veg Food). - Service of Tour manager/Guide for Complete tour from Shimla till Shimla. - Oxygen cylinder to travel in high altitude. - Assistance on arrival.
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It was my third day in Spiti, and I met these amazing people there and spent my remaining 3 days roaming around with them.
It was because of them that I ended up exploring places which weren't even there in my itinerary.
Oh, and what a blast it was! We had the best of our times - road tripping, clicking, singing, sharing our stories and exploring places.
As it is truly said, "Traveling solo does not always mean you’re alone. Most often, you meet marvelous people along the way and make connections that last a lifetime."
In Frame : Azam, @khan.isa , @dan.him and Me
Location : मुद , Pin Valley
We’ve always had a weakness for the tea gardens. There’s something magical about being able to walk around, steal some time to yourself and just enjoy the open air and the beautiful warm rays of the sun. We can easily believe in hidden fairy paths and elves waiting to lead us to secret places - and why not? Magic exists. You just have to look hard to see it ✨🧚🏻♀️ #believe#magic#thelodgeatwah#wahteaestate