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    Leh/Ladakh motorcycyle trip.

    Apparently, about a year ago there was an article written in the Kiwirider magazine reviewing a motorcycling trip done in the Ladakh area of India.

    Having just completed the same trip, run by the same operator, I'm keen to read the article.

    Can anyone please point me to which issue I need to be looking for?
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    Do some fuckin' research.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop View Post
    Do some fuckin' research.
    I know I'll find the answer here.
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    Why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Andy View Post
    Unless you feel the need to pour scorn on someone else's experiences...
    I'm sure that's what you're hoping for.

    Me? I'm just looking for someone else's review of a trip I've just done.
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    Grab the joomag app on ya phone. It has kiwirider and a shed load of their back issues. Hope that helps.

    Btw, how did the trip go? Worth it or a bit rough around the edges?



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    Quote Originally Posted by ruaphu View Post
    Btw, how did the trip go? Worth it or a bit rough around the edges?
    It was a fantastic trip.

    There were a couple of areas that could be improved on but otherwise I highly recommend the experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Andy View Post
    You just did it yourself!
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    You just did it yourself!
    Thanks - I'm aware of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    It was a fantastic trip.

    There were a couple of areas that could be improved on but otherwise I highly recommend the experience.
    Looking forward to your trip report, they are few and far between on here these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    It was a fantastic trip.

    There were a couple of areas that could be improved on but otherwise I highly recommend the experience.
    How about posting some pics?

    I've been thinking about doing something similar and wouldn't mind hearing/reading a few more details.

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    Some photos.
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    And a few more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberk View Post
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    Amazing pics mate, what an experience.
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