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My Video scholarship 2010 entry: ECHOES OF THE VALLEY

INDIA | Fri, 28 May 2010 | By barefoot | Views [703] | Video | Scholarship Entry

A board saying “ 24 HOURS HUNGER STRIKE, 43 DAYS GONE ” I could never ignore at the market place of Leh, the capital of Ladakh on the first day when I landed there. “Echoes of the valley” would never have happened if we (accompanying friend Neil ... Read more >

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Storms reaked havoc on the dirt road that leads to the start of the Lost City trek.  On the way there, the road had deteriated to the point where it was not fit for 4 wheels, so the tour company hired bikers to drive us up there.  This was KCs bike, I think.  My moto driver on the way up was not particularly talented with the bike.  He wouldn´t sit forward enough at the start of the ride, so when he reved it up a particularly steep bump in the road, he caused the bike to mono.  I hung on for a while, but realised after a few moments that he wasn´t going to be able to regain control sufficiently, so I bailed off the back.  Took some minor damage on my right arm, which has copped a lot during this trip.  No major damage though, and the ride was still good fun.  On the way back after the trek, the road was even worse, and so we motored only half way back down the track, then walked the rest.  I actually felt safer on the ride back because the driver had more control over the bike, even though he went twice as fast as the previous rider, and didn´t give me a helmet!  That was a fun ride, with no stacks.: by dysfunctional, Views[206]
Storms reaked havoc on the dirt road that leads to the start of the Lost City trek. On the way there, the road had deteriated to the point where it was not fit for 4 wheels, so the tour company hired bikers to drive us up there. This was KCs bike, I think. My moto driver on the way up was not particularly talented with the bike. He wouldn´t sit forward enough at the start of the ride, so when he reved it up a particularly steep bump in the road, he caused the bike to mono. I hung on for a while, but realised after a few moments that he wasn´t going to be able to regain control sufficiently, so I bailed off the back. Took some minor damage on my right arm, which has copped a lot during this trip. No major damage though, and the ride was still good fun. On the way back after the trek, the road was even worse, and so we motored only half way back down the track, then walked the rest. I actually felt safer on the ride back because the driver had more control over the bike, even though he went twice as fast as the previous rider, and didn´t give me a helmet! That was a fun ride, with no stacks.

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