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We had a small chat with him where he shared his experiences in mountaineering and also expressed his dismay at how people are destroying the place’s natural beauty by excessive littering and polluting the water bodies with liquor bottles -- they go to the waterfall every Wednesday just to flush out liquor bottles from inside the waterfall, clearing the garbage etc....
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I opted for bunjee jumping and paid three thousand rupees for it.The activity spot was right in between a valley and was about 85 meters high.As I reached the spot and got prepared for my big jump,all I did was tell myself to jump.The moment came when I was right at the edge of the platform and I could see the river flowing down,the flush green hills around.I heard them say Jump!...
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Check if the generator is working fine Try to operate the propane gas tank yourself (if any) Check if all taps are working fine Ensure there are no leakages (you may want to turn on taps, try the flush) Ensure that the water and sewage hoses are present Report any issues with the RV Some things to remember.....
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There is something empowering about mountains.They make you feel a kind of omnipotence as you look down upon the valley,the gigantic intimidating edifices looking like miniature toys from the great height.Guarded by the hills on all sides, I felt free and yet protected as though I were an all-commanding emperor and these collossal rocky walls ,my faithful fortress.The sun played hide-and-seek with the clouds,the weather alternating teasingly between freezing cold and warm.The wind sang its own song and coniferous trees swayed like audience nodding to the great music.The playfulness of weather infected everyone.Some middle-aged men and women were throwing snowballs at each other and having real good fun,a word that had slowly gone missing from the lexicon of their everyday lives.Young lovestruck couples clung on to each other on the pretext of cold, their faces flushed from cold and -what shall we say-romantic stimulation....