The first couple of days in Spiti were spent acclimatising and quite honestly, just chillin’ at our base in Kaza, Tsering’s beautiful home. The 2nd and 3rd day was mostly spent indoors due to a 24-hour long snowstorm, but games, conversation and jam sessions kept our spirits high! We lucked out as we had some incredible company – some of India’s finest climbers, a scholar who also happened to be an amazing musician, our own bunch of adventurers from Bazpur, and ofcourse, Tsering and his lovely family.
The following images are before and after we went looking for the leopard – exploring the accessible bits of Spiti.
“Don’t come closer or I’ll have to goEddie Vedder
Holding me like gravity are places that pull”
During the snowstorm, we were all huddled up indoors – warm and comfortable thanks to the luxurious bukharis in every room!
All 14-15 of us living at Sakya Homestay headed out to Sakya Abode to help out in clearing the roofs!
After shovelling the snow down the roof, it was jumping time!