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Judging by the difference in height of the tracks, I'd say it's probably near the Batasia Loop somewhere. That's the bit where there's the biggest height gain, if memory serves ...

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As usual Dr is right on mark, Rohtang pass

Really, it was Colorado! :(

(When I show people who've never been to India pictures like this, they say, "No, that can't be India...snow? pine trees? Where are the elephants? Where are the palm trees?" They're stunned. They seem to have forgotten the Himalayas! :sweating: )

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Really, it was Colorado! :(

(When I show people who've never been to India pictures like this, they say, "No, that can't be India...snow? pine trees? Where are the elephants? Where are the palm trees?" They're stunned. They seem to have forgotten the Himalayas! :sweating: )

So right! My workmates fail to comprehend connection between snow and India!

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So right! My workmates fail to comprehend connection between snow and India!

because of course the himalayas are in nepal! :sweating:

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because of course the himalayas are in nepal! :(

And everybody in Nepal is a Tibetan Buddhist Sherpa. :sweating: (Hm-m, what other myths can we explode?)

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An Ashram is an Indian version of B&B where you get up from the first B and have yoga before the second...

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