buy gabapentin online uk The story of my 7000+ kilometre solo ride back to Chennai after the Ladakh expedition.
buy neurontin with paypal Things got pretty crazy on the ride from Kishtwar to Daksum when we rode right into the middle of a protest in a village in Kashmir.
I know that several people have ridden huge distances on their motorcycles with only the most basic gear (if any at all) and lived to tell their tales. Personally though, I see no harm in adopting a more cautious approach.Continue reading
My head had been filled with all the wrong information about Jammu and Kashmir (from a traveller’s perspective). I’d learnt about its conflict-ridden past while in school. It’s volatile and unstable present is constantly in the news. The stories ofContinue reading
We had by now already tried to make our way into Kashmir twice. If you’ve read my previous posts, you would know that both attempts were unsuccessful (if you haven’t read them, you know now). One route was blocked byContinue reading
The two days spent in Bairagarh were simply superb. The accommodation was basic (and not particularly clean), the place was incredibly lazy (there was almost no activity in the village), the weather was biting cold, but it was fantastic nevertheless.Continue reading
I’ve been thinking of ways to create content that reflects the things that I’ve learnt over the course of my travels. There is, of course, a lot to be shared about the places that I’ve been to, which I willContinue reading
Bairagarh was never on the list of places that I had planned to visit. I only ended up there because the road to Killar was snowed in and Bairagarh was the last place on that route where I could findContinue reading