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Old 1st June 2010, 19:54   #91
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Default The first snap is a killer one!

One can engross himself for hours listening to the streams flowing and birds chirping, high up there. And BTW, the first snap is a killer. What camera did you use?[quote=deky;1901772]For me I can never miss an opportunity to go to the hills and enjoy the magnificent mountains, the lush greens or just sit idle listening to the streams flowing.
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Old 2nd June 2010, 12:26   #92
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Wow, chocolate bar in one hand and ice-cream in the other! And please pardon me for feeling a bit jealous bro. I am turning so green right now!

Wish you a fantabulous journey to either of the places.
, stop feeling Jealous, you have already done Leh and the Mt. Everest base camp trek is still in its nascent stage. So till it actually doesnt materialize, lets presume its not happening :P

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Har Ki Dun trek is in Uttaranchal and through Chakrata. Its different from the Sarahan-Sangla trek which is ofcourse in Himachal. Though there is one trek through Chanshal and Dodra Kawar area which goes on to Har Ki Dun.
Ture, Sarhan-Sangla has to be in Himachal, stupid me.

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One can engross himself for hours listening to the streams flowing and birds chirping, high up there. And BTW, the first snap is a killer. What camera did you use?
I use a Sony A-200 DSLR
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Fantastic! What a journey - these moments live on so much after they ended. Wow!
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Hey deky, no words to explain my envy on you. Amazing snaps mate, no doubt its one unforgetable milestone in your life.
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thank you very much for this fantastic trek which i could make it sitting here.
your photo of kullu bus-stand is now my desktop wallpaper. really superb pictures.
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Wonderful trip i can understand!
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Wooooow Deky, just finished reading the treklogue start to finish. Great narration accompanied by some awe inspiring photographs.

Last year it was the Mansarovar that was one Travelogue that I was hooked on to and this year its this one.

Keep it up.

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I was looking for your Kailash thread to give the link to someone else --- and found this one too. I could have missed it altogether!

Thanks for another great thread and wonderful pics!
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Wonderful trip i can understand!
Yeah it was, Thanks

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Wooooow Deky, just finished reading the treklogue start to finish. Great narration accompanied by some awe inspiring photographs.

Last year it was the Mansarovar that was one Travelogue that I was hooked on to and this year its this one.

Keep it up.

Cheers
Thanks you. Leh Photo feature coming up soon!!!

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I was looking for your Kailash thread to give the link to someone else --- and found this one too. I could have missed it altogether!

Thanks for another great thread and wonderful pics!
I am glad my Kailash-Mansarovar report is coming to good use. Thanks!!
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