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It was from here the slope increases and after crossing our very first Nallah(Stream of water) of the journey we entered a dark zone. The caution board advised to go down in 1st gear only. We slipped atleast 10 times but none of the fall was fatal.It was like a movie set which was scary with very less visibility, it seemed someone was using smoke machine to create some kind of special effects. I turned the engine off and started descending down the hill. These falls were result of uneven ground and also the weight of the motorcycle that was carrying two of us plus our luggage, spares.After a moment of disappointment I crashed back until my phone rang, I knew this must be Joe (the brave pillion...I call her).From her voice I could guess she was half asleep as she enquired “when I am going to pick her up”??So I wrote a thank you letter and left him to enjoy the leisurely pleasure of sleeping on a Sunday morning.

While waiting for Prasun at the Old Bus Stand, a lady came to us with a small snake in her hands, asking for some money and I was so amazed when she said “Delhi wale to bade dil wale hote hai” (people from Delhi are very rich by heart). May be she noticed the number plate of the motorcycle or may be because of our clothes or accent.... Then we followed him all the way to his house and once settled he did everything to make us feel home.... Day 02 : 28 July '13 (Sunday) Shimla/Manali(via Jalori pass) 260 Kms Shimla – Fagu – Theog – Narkanda – Kingal – Khanag – Aut – Jalori pass – Bhunter - Manali Again it was the alarm clock that woke me up, it was 7 in the morning and I could see bright orange sunlight on the peaks right from the window of the room.I got up and as usual did all the packing by throwing all my clothes in the backpack (although I kept all the stuff ready previous night at a single place). After loading all the stuff and wrapping tarpauline sheet all around, to protect it from dirt and rain, we were up and cruising at around 8' o clock.After a very little breakfast (half cup of milk and two slices of brown bread) and loading everything on my motorcycle, I experienced something very Indian. that's getting too much) I kick-started my bike and with the thump, cruising through the narrow streets I reached the place where I was supposed to pick up the pillion. After 10 minutes of the ride, we saw the eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (....For many kilometres we couldn’t find any shop with helmets but there was a Mc Donald's on the highway where we stopped to munch something (what something.... It was really hot outside and we felt it as soon as we sat on the motorcycle that was parked open in the sun.Just closeby was a shop with variety of helmets and Joe chose a bright yellow.

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