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Old 24th September 2009, 10:18   #76
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Thanks Rajat, being a seasoned trekker you should find it easier, you can easily go all the way to Goecha La.
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Samurai, I have been a regular with all your threads but it is just in August 09 that i was able to join the forum. Just going through this thread has brought me chills, i would like to Congratulate you for the spirited narration ( as they are always!) and the beautiful photographs, it seemed like i was literally there. Do keep posting more of your experiences!
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Thanks Majic, even I consider this as my best life experience. Someday I want to do it again with a dSLR, all the way to Goecha La.
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The government guest house at Bakhim was really pathetic and we too didn't want to spend one more day there. The building could house 50 people, but had only one toilet, and without any running water. When I enquired about flushing, they told it will be flushed once for all after everybody is done with it. A refreshing thought!

At Tsoka we checked into a private hotel with 5 rooms and this hotel actually had two toilets with running water outside. If this is not luxury, what is… after a night at Bakhim, we could really appreciate it.
ROTFL, BTW that was one heck of a writeup Samurai and amazing pics too! I love the way you depict change in emotions through your writings. Keep up the good work! Can you give links to similar writeups from your side? Even a PM would be fine.

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Thanks Spike. You can easily find my travelogues by using advance search in Travelogue section and 4x4 Excursions section. Just search for threads started by me.
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