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Old 18th May 2008, 04:08   #1
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Dear everybody

I have just completed updating my Website. The latest includes my travel in Central and South India from 7th Decemberí07 to 2nd Marí08. Besides a Travelogue, there are 228 images and Indian map to help you locate the tracks and locations. You can also download complete file to open in Google Earth with the exact location as these images are Geocoded and infact in a larger resolution. Be careful as they are large files for download.

Ajay Narayan

Happy viewing and give me a feedback, if you want.

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Mods note: Ajay, henceforth please remove font/colour tags from posts. It's very difficult to read.

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I've most of your shots when you came.
Your last trip is simply amazing, especially for doing it all alone.

You're one real inspiration!
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Hi Ajay , so you at it again ... really admire your zest for driving all over and across and up and down and that too on your own at times .

So when you headed this way next .. I remember you planning to do what you missed out on your Leh trip last time around or have you managed doing that somehow already ??

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Ajay,

That's an awesome trip, whole lot of data and stunning photos.

Your Ladakh logs, story is equally entrancing....... Your alt readouts off your Garmin into your photos are most useful to oupdate / cross-check data.

Pl. keep them coming.

Happy Driving,

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Nicely written.I admire that it's all done alone. Have not seen many pics but will see it later.
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Awesome is the word. However, it must be an expensive proposition to be out of work for THAT long

Admire your guts for the same - I cant afford to take such a break!
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Awesome trip Ajay ji, truely inspirational

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Just to repeat others, its an awesome trip! I have read your Ladakh trip and that is another spectacular trip. The travel logs are pretty detailed and I hope I can make use of them soon!
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Hi Ajay , So when you headed this way next ..
Cheers
Hi Khaadu, Will be in Delhi on 18th August. Thinking of doing 3 weeks Uttaranchal and Himachal in Sep/Oct. BTW, planning North/East India in March/April next year. Do get in touch when in Delhi...my Mobile after 18th August 0987 12 14 263. rgds - Ajay
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