5th March 2020 There are over 560 million internet users in India and we added 9 to that. At breakfast … Continue reading Fatehpur – a day at leisure.
4th March 2020. Divendra had pulled blinder. When, as we honed the itinerary, he had described Le Prince Haveli to … Continue reading Le Prince Haveli
March 3rd 2020 “You have to try the Marmalade. It is delicious!” advised Penny. It was. The owner of the … Continue reading To The Painted Kingdom
“As long as the FCO does not advise against your going your insurance will cover you….” said charming Tom at … Continue reading Let’s go anyway.
Ken let out a high-pitched, girly yelp, easily audible above the hubbub of the hundreds of pilgrims slowly processing through … Continue reading Protection from Covid-19 ?
None of us want the Earth to FRY – Global WARMING sounds a bit understated especially when envisaging a polar … Continue reading Off piste – a bit.
Having galloped back along the plain we patted our horses in repeated appreciation and were wondering how to ‘follow that’, … Continue reading The Kok Suu Valley and Ride’s End.
The climb from camp was unchallenging and warm in the morning sun. We could almost have been in the Highlands, … Continue reading The Kojosh Pass and Back with Shepherds.
We passed a little mud-brick water mill, that pre-dated the village, although the wheel was still in place and might … Continue reading Alai Kuu, Kyzyl Jar and Kapka Tash.
The service track to The Alamo had followed up river from a distant highway and, following it down river, we … Continue reading “It Won’t Rain.”