I'm a Doctor by education and work in the field of Public Health. Travelling is a way of learning for me, more I travel more I learn. I believe every place has a story of its own, and as a traveller I try to pursue that story. The thought of meeting new people, knowing the unknown and learning new ways of life is what drives me to travel to new places every now and then. Being a nature lover and a curious appreciator of history, art and culture, I enjoy travelling to all sorts of destinations away from the usual monotony. I usually travel with my wife who is also a travel freak like me.
ad astra per aspera
which literally means, “a rough road leads to the stars” and this pretty much came true for us when we started our ride from recong peo to tabo. recong peo was a let down. i am being honest in my criticism…it was a disappointing place and the only thing that was worth remembering is the sight of the mighty kinnr kailash. I am feeling blessed to have seen it.
post recong peo, we were heading towards Tabo. en route we stoppd at nako and we were simpy bowled over by the place… the place was so quite and peacful…
we had a sumptuou tibetan meal followed by a hot cup of tea. here we also fulfilled one of our long pending wishes- tieing prayer flags on our bikes..so each one of us picked up a prayer flag and tied it to our bikes. the old lady at the shop told us to write our names in the flag. we also met this vry nice kid by the name of Ajay who ofered to take us on a guided tour of the nako lake and the monastery..