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7 November 2011 / leggypeggy

Another batch on the Himalayas—Part 3 (15 photos)

By now you’ve figured out that I thoroughly loved our long drive through the Southern Himalayas. Every curve, every straight, every bend, every mountain, every outcrop brought a new view and more colour and texture. The photos only just begin to show the beauty of this amazing and photogenic part of the world. I took a lot of photos and I’m glad I did, because they help me to relive and share this incredible terrain.

I plan to keep posting more scenery photos from this amazing drive. Then I’ll post some pics of the daily life we saw along the way. That was equally fascinating and inspiring too. Stay tuned. I need to buy a new adaptor so I can stayed charged up. Who knew Malaysia used an English plug?

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  1. Derrick / Nov 7 2011 4:01 am

    As much as I like seeing the scenery, I like seeing the locals who have to live in these remote places, just getting on with their lives (I bet they didnt need an English plug 🙂 )

    It cant be easy for them, I mean most towns are a couple of days away, any doctor they need is probaly even further, I’d like to see what their local medices are, how they cope with an illness, and just seeing what they do in the evenings (no Tv, maybe< if lucky, a radio<)
    How the kids get educated, just every day stuff that we take for granted

    Looking forward to the local population pictures,

    Thanks Peggy

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  2. Louise M Oliver / Nov 7 2011 6:58 am

    Hi Peggy,
    As before, these photos are also beautiful. Thank you. I think I like the ones that have water the best.

    Looking forward to more.

    ‘Hello’ to Poor John too.

    Best wishes
    Louise

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  3. Hi Peggy. Inspirational stuff. I love the photos. You are certainly doing a trip of a lifetime….I can’t wait for the book!

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    • leggypeggy / Nov 8 2011 2:05 am

      Thanks Dave. When I finish this trip’s blog, I’m going to go back and do Africa properly, so I’ll keep the photos coming. 🙂

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  4. Derick / Nov 8 2011 2:08 am

    A Book ? There is going to be a book? put me down for a copy, signed of course

    If you get back to Africa, go see the Gorillas in Rwanda, well worth a visit

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    • leggypeggy / Nov 8 2011 2:22 am

      I was lucky enough to see the gorillas in Uganda—on my birthday in 2009. Wait for the photos. 🙂
      No promises about any book.

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  5. jeanleesworld / Jan 14 2017 10:38 pm

    Such a beautiful, raw landscape. I just have to share it, as you did. 🙂

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