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Leh'd but never enough - Amit Muralkar

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This itinerary doesn’t need much of an introduction  , Biking into and around Leh -Ladakh is the Holy Grail of  biker-trails & this software engineer from Pune, found his annual dose of adrenaline at high altitude.

Amit allowed us to share a photo walk glimpse of his  2600 kms journey of 11 days on 2 wheels taking us through some of his moments, the challenging but awe-inspiring landscapes and his " to me " notes. 

To Me:" Bike @ Jammu railway station! I was warned that the bike will get damaged as a train parcel.... In reality, it was received in perfect condition without any damage at all... very good packing done by guys at Pune railway station..."

To Me:"Dal lake had a sense of calm, however the 2014 floods had caused a lot of damage and people seemed devastated with loss of property and opportunities........."

To Me:"In the Zozi-La pass... Zozi-La pass is amongst the reasons for going back! It's a little less scary now, as the roads have been widened and Army is present on the pass......."

To Me :"The best things about bike ride is the opportunity to interact with locals....."

To Me:" At Lamayuru Monastery favourite ...."

 To Me:"Bikers Dream ........I even invented my own biking dance ....."

To Me:"On the way to Leh....."

To Me:"Through the worlds highest motorable roads.....Khardung La , Chand La, Tagland La & Marsimik La"

To Me:The world famous Pangaon-Tso....."

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