Nice Link Saurabh. Read it. Was totally humbled.How about sharing the story here - [email protected]
Read this inspiring story
How This Woman Travelled The World On A Wheelchair | HolidayIQ Blog
Juley..Lithium Sunset...The story moved me all right! In fact I even copy pasted all his posts into one document and embarked on a editorial correction of the language, syntax, spellings, punctuation and grammar. But that will remain only for my benefit, till I receive a go ahead from him to post it here again in his thread. Or maybe never, there is a sweet flavour to his language that should not be taken away by an (over) enthusiastic imposer like me. Maybe that is why people have kept away from such a task. I don't want to be perceived as rude, that too right at the beginning of my innings at BCMT!
Juley..Ladakh_Maniak..ji..Haven't heard any update from fellow BCMTians on their follow ups.
Update from my side:
After several mails/reminders to Discovery who do not even bother to respond to mails, last Sunday I had written to National Geographic head office who promptly responded to the mail on Monday asking me to get in touch with India office. Then I could locate one Ms. Lubina Sayed, who is an AVP at Star India Private Limited who in turn work for NG. Unfortunately she was not in her seat when I called her this morning.
I am not sure how she responds or directs me to some other appropriate person.
Keeping fingers crossed and will keep you posted.
Juley..Rohit Kothari ji...Top singh ji .... This looks like an episode straight from "Man vs Wild" or "I shouldnt be alive". No words are fit to praise the courage and grit to survive in such weather with limited food and no contact with outer world. Hats offf .... Applause ...