India!

OMG! I’m in India!

I am touring with www.MotorcycleExpeditions.com and riding the highest roads in the world –in the Himalayas! We’ll also be visiting some of the most remote villages and temples along the Tibetan-Indian border, as well as visiting with some nomads if we can find them!

I may not have too much access to email and communications, but check my Facebook page for the SPOT messages I send, and you can be sure that I will post lots of pictures after I get back. (I get back October 2nd)

 

Cheers!

8 Comments

  1. Wow. Was this planned or did it just happen via your connections?

    Are you lonely for the U.S. yet? So stressful dealing with all the Other-cultural norms 🙂

    I’m a happy V Strom rider now and love that bike, although I dump it a lot. Ha ha. Took an advanced rider course today, learned why I fall off all the time (duh) and taking a level 2 off road class this month-REALLY looking forward to that one after a ride with AltRider a week or so ago.

    You inspire me, Alisa! The expedition group’s photos look like tons of isolation!

    Blessings to you as you ride and meet new people.
    Robin

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      Hi Robin,

      Honestly? On the days I feel poorly due to altitude (mainly headaches, shortness of breath, irritability) or digestive issues, those are the days it just seems over the top and I kinda get down and fantasize about coming home early. (Or at least ask myself WHY I scheduled a MONTH over here). I guess the answer is that I HAD a month, and it’s such a bloody long travel stint to get here I might as well maximize it.

      I really am the luckiest girl int he world because I hooked up with an amazing tour company that’s taken care of my every need….and that’s made me feel guilty, in a way, about feeling out of sorts here because Motorcycle Expeditions has really gone out of their way to make sure every need is met, even needs I don’t know I have (like reminding me to keep drinking water, etc.) And now? I’ve wangled with them to borrow a bike for the next two weeks and explore on my own. LUCKY GIRL INDEED!

  2. Wow!

    La Paz was good preparation. Let me know if you can get a decent grilled cheese sandwich in that part of the world.

    Your continuing admirer,

    jim

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      Hiya Jim, yeah, am having the same altitude/digestive issues here, so yes, La Paz prepared me well. I don’t think I want to eat the cheese here…:-)

  3. Oh my gosh, the last time I checked you were around the Continental Divide riding!
    Being in India, very jealous.

  4. Cant wait to see the photos of your trip, be safe, thanks for sharing your trip!

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