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Old 4th February 2009, 01:32   #61
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vikram ji (right?)

I am looking forward to your triplog. Serolsar was a decent place - but again a do thing.

We started at 930, reached just before 11 including lotsa pics, hung around half an hour, and back at jalori by 1.
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Old 4th February 2009, 17:22   #62
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Well the lake is not so well known plus the walk in the woods deters most tourists passing through Jalori. Among Hill folks too serelusar occupies an important religious abode of a powerful diety and hence they do not meddle around unnecessarily over there.
The trip log will be up shortly as I am getting encouraged by your enthusiasm and plus its a beautiful tale of how far are you willing to accept what many term as superstition.
PS Phamilyman : yeah its Vikram, no jis mate.
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