21Sep

After more than 3 months spent in dry and very high mountains of mainly Buddhist Ladakh, we went down South and entered a still very hilly state of Himachal Pradesh. The landscape changed dramatically after going down the Rohtang Pass (2000 meters of a pure downhill). Instead of rocks and deserts we were now surrounded […]Continue Reading

07Sep

The further we went, the more special the landscape got. Even though we were on a long plain, the road was mostly covered with rocks, making it very difficult to manoeuvre. We found small bushes of sea buckthorn with big and ripe berries. It is a fantastic plant, rich in vitamin C and even vitamin […]Continue Reading

02Sep

We found Zanskar full of beauty – landscapes (with its glaciers and snowed peaks), people – always smiling, living their lives as their ancestors and the monasteries blended with the mountains made our journey special. To get there was not easy, and we did not want to take the same road that we got in, […]Continue Reading

28Aug

Zanskar. Magical land squeezed between Ladakh and the Great Himalayan Range, remote and wild. To get to the capital of Zanskar – Padum, one must travel over 230 kilometres on a mainly unpaved, rough road leading from Kargil. This is the only way in and way out that could be travelled by car. Otherwise one […]Continue Reading

26Aug

A small collection of road signs from our trip in Northern India. You can never be bored while cycling there!Continue Reading

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