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A Kheerganga Diary

My first love taught me love knows no relation, the second one taught me love is the only religion, the third one taught me love is also about letting go. 1,687 more words


The ShaikhSpear Himachal Diary 2016: Amidst The Mist

Raghupur Gadh, Himachal Pradesh, India, 19th September 2016, 4:00 pm:

What a mystical setting as we reach our second destination for the day.

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Cho Oyo : The real Everest feel.

 Located 20 km to the west of Mount Everest on the Nepal-Tibet border, Cho Oyu is a true Himalayan giant. At 8,201 m it is the 6th highest peak in the world and an excellent objective, be it for your once-in-a-lifetime 8,000 m peak, or as your final preparation before attempting Mount Everest. 263 more words


The ShaikhSpear Himachal Diary 2016: What to Note at Serolsar Lake

Serolsar Lake, Himachal Pradesh, India, 19th September 2016, 12;45 pm:

On arriving at Serolsar Lake and heaving a sigh of relief at having finally reached the destination, there are things that draw one’s attention naturally – here are some that need to be consciously focused and looked at. 39 more words

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The ShaikhSpear Himachal Diary 2016: Approaching Serolsar

Jalori Pass to Serolsar Lake Trail, Himachal Pradesh, India, 19th September 2016:

After around 2 hours of walking on the Main Trail to Serolsar Lake, one comes across refreshing views of the materialistic kind. 72 more words

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Uttarakhand :Govind Ghat and Ghangaria

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Day 3 :  Drive to Govind Ghat

We gathered at our meeting point at Lakshman Jhula and headed off in a Tempo traveller to Govind Ghat. 1,122 more words

Mt. Dhaulagiri:Adventure is out there!!

High altitude, the world’s tallest peaks, steeped in history and Sherpa culture – this is the trek you that epitomizes trekking in Nepal.

Just west from the Annapurna Circuit lies the… 2,044 more words