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Hikkim

Soham Chakraborty
From Langza, we went on to Hikkim, the village that boasts of the highest post office in the world. Here as well, we had a gala time with the local children and we posted postcards to our homes from the highest post office in the world! Next up, we headed towards Komic which is the highest motorable village in the world, a record that was previously held by Kibber which we were to visit the following day. In Komic we felt like we were on the top of the world at 14,000 ft. Here are some photographs of the beautiful children of Spiti!
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Jatin Parmar
Next Stop was to the World's Highest Post Office, Hikkim, we all took Post Cards and Wrote to our family and friends, it was a mixed feeling of writing a letter or post card from the World's Highest Post Office which can't be explained. The Post office is situated at the height of 14,570 fts above the sea level.
Prateek Singh
At night, we decided to grab our dinner at the Himalayan Cafe with some amazing views in the background and delicious food. My favourite was their Nutella shake! Totally recommended! (Rs 200)Also, drinks and music followed at the Traveller's shed (All on the hosts) and kept us busy for the night! :)Next morning, we decided to visit Hikkim, Kye Monastery, Langza, Komic and the world's highest post office!
Sukhpal Singh
After lunch in Komic, we headed towards the Hikkim(4400 meters) village, which has the highest post office in world. After visiting post office we started our journey back to Kaza and started hunting for rooms. Finally we little bargaining we got room of cost around Rs. 800 per room(excluding food, you can get dinner for around Rs. 100-120). We booked this room for 2 days. After that we went to explore Kaza in night.