So as we trekked the Rashol valley towards the top, we could see this just beside our feet the whole time. This was 10,000 feet above sea level. Can’t really forget this view, one of the best days. @cc_ireland #lightsketcher
Mountain life is arduous, specifically during the snowing season. The water is frozen, so even for basic use, the snow has to be melted. And forget about bathing in snow treks. This was taken after coming down from Kareri lake and as on this day, I was bath free for two whole days while my trekking shoes were drenched in snow and mud.
Travelogue available on https://gluttonyguilts.com/2019/04/20/the-peak-that-could-not-be-scaled-kareri-lake-trek/. Link in bio.
There’s not much to do in Pulga and that’s precisely its charm. It forces you to slow down and observe all that’s around like the quiet mornings, cool breeze swaying the paddy fields, chirping birds. Sometimes I walked into the wilderness of the forest, sometimes I found myself sitting under an apple tree but most of the time I was feasting on delicious meals cooked at the many cafes in Pulga.
This is the Library Cafe and I came here often to enjoy the beautiful views of the valley or just read a book while sipping on tea.