India Through the Lens: A Year of Memorable Moments Part 3


The Wandering Nomads

“Ultimate freedom. An extremist. An aesthetic voyager whose home is the road.”


365 days of homestays, high altitude cycling, and beautiful landscapes throughout India (a second time).

Though I was nervous to renter into India knowing how difficult of a country it is to travel through, I was amazed by how clean, safe, and beautiful the Golden Temple in Amritsar was. This temple is the holiest place for Sikhs so many from all over India (and the world) come on pilgrimage daily.




Kashmir valley , a predominately Muslim region of India, proved to be beautiful and was a great introduction back into the Himalayas.



Our most amazing pass involved cycling (and pushing) up a mountainside of switchbacks which had been cleared of snow only a week before, though often the piles on the side were over ten feet tall. Because of the snowmelt it seemed as if we were cycling…

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