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Vikram Mn
The roads from there was a treat to go. Within an hour we reached Khalsar, the devastated village. The village was in such bad condition which made me feel for them. I could understand the angst as to why they were protesting.Once we crossed Khalsar we traversed to muddy, smoky dust roads. Which generally is my favorite. I have always wanted to ride in the mud road circuit with dirt bikes. It was almost close to it. Once we crossed the mud roads we took a small break and shared our Snacks. It was almost near Diskit and we had only ten more kilometers for Hunder, our destination.
Sourav Chaudhuri
Pangong Tso
Priyanka (Seeker)
The around mountains were snow laded, we played with the snow too. We were instructed not to stay there for long due to breathing issues, though we had some amazing clicks to reminisce our lifetime. We started descending from Khardung La and headed towards Nubra through Khalsar Village. On the way not to forget wide spread of azure skyline and continuous snow wrapped hilly range accompanied us, we enjoyed every moment of the drive.
Pushpendra Gautam