It was day 3 of our trip if we count Karnal/Chandigarh as our base. We were trying to make up for lost time, and (touchwood) the slowest of the lot, which would be yours truly, was doing really well in terms of speed & time.
I reached Sarchu ahead of every one else, in the late afternoon, and was raring to go further. But we decided to stay the evening and night here. Much relaxation, much plates of maggi and biscuits, much cups of tea, much photographs, and much sleep.
Yes that’s cliched. Because my words won’t be able to do justice to the sunset we saw that day. (Not an HDR)
On 500px – On Flickr
Basu Chatterjee’s Chhoti Si Baat 
Also on Minimal Movie Posters India
The vast plateau-esque high-land where travellers sleep in tents.
And one can see millions of stars at night
The first picture of my Thunderbird I’m sharing from the trip. And the last picture I took of her.
She’s alright, but I haven’t seen her for over a month. She’ll be here soon.
We left Sarchu early, like 8 in the morning, crossed a gang of foreigners on Bullets, climbed the Gata Loops, and took a well deserved short break at the altitude of 16616ft at Lachulung la.
On our super leisurely ride from Keylong towards Pang (that it ended at Sarchu that day is another story), we found our very own Tso.
And clicked pictures.