After my legendary motorbike tour from Manali to Leh I would continue the motorbike tour around Leh where we visited the Nubra Valley and the Pangong Lake. And just when I thought it couldn’t get better, we visited the Pangong lake on the last evening of the tour, and that blue colored lake with its amazing colorful mountains around. It was a beautiful thing to see and so peaceful in one of the tensest regions on the planet right now. On the first day, we slept in the Nubra Valley and had the pleasure to see the only sand dunes at high altitude with even double-humped camels living there. Here is the video of the first day.
The motorbike tour from Manali to Leh was absolutely amazing, and the landscapes are so crazy it’s impossible to describe them in words; therefore, I decided to film the best parts and cut them into a video. I put together a video for every day. The landscapes were changing so many times and from green valleys on day one to dry, and empty landscapes, in the end, is everything there. Just see for yourself. This was the third day.
In my last post, I told you about my trip to the Solang Valley by mountain bike, this time I went with a motorbike to the Jana falls and apart from the sportive part it was as amazing. It will take you about 1 and a half hour to reach the Jana falls by motorbike, and there you can hike up to the waterfalls for around 1 hour.
If you like nature, sport, and action, this is the absolute right thing for you. You have to bear in mind that you have to be quiet sportive and fit to do this tour. If you’re not, there are other options too.
India really is a country of contradictions – you have to super friendly people who want to rip you off on every possible occasion as well, chaos everywhere but also bureaucracy everywhere, and the fantastic food which can make you sick any moment. It is not easy to travel in India, and it isn’t for sure a destination for a first time Backpacker. But once you get used to some things, pay attention to others and have some travel experience you can have an amazing time here. The following is my impression after two weeks in India.
I wanted the adventure, I wanted the experience, and I wanted to get to know a country not many people know. I thought that it can’t be that bad and that it’s going to be a fantastic time.
Reality hit pretty fast, precisely after two days. I traveled 10 months before and never got a culture shock – Bangladesh gave it finally to me. I feel sorry for the lovely people in this country, but I think the truth has to be told even if it’s not positive. The country is simply not ready for tourists, especially not for solo backpackers on a budget. Here are the reasons I think it’s not yet time to visit Bangladesh.
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The past 180 days were just crazy. The 1st October 2018 I took my one-way flight to Beijing over Moscow, and since then my life was a nonstop adventure. It’s so hard to find words to describe this time and what it’s like, but I try my best to give you a glimpse of how unusual such a decision can be and hope to convince you to take the first step as well.
At the end there were too many clouds to see the sunrise – However, I still had two fantastic days, saved money and went on a crazy adventure. It was the best decision to visit Mount Bromo without a tour, but I have to admit I would do some things differently. I’ll tell you how I did it but also directly recommend the better way.
Is it dangerous? Yes! Is there any comfort? No, not really. Would I do it again? Oh hell, yes!!
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