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Imagine Bill Bryson on a motorbike...or Jerome K Jerome on a road trip.
The funniest, most unique and most enjoyable ride story you will ever read. Hilarious and yet inspiring, informative and useful - This is the ultimate Himalayan bike travelogue.
This is the story of three friends on one of the highest and most difficult rides in the world -- and having a blast!
They travel some of the highest and difficult roads in the world - from the flatlands of Punjab to the highest motorable roads in the world. In addition to the classic Srinagar - Leh - Manali route, they also explore the inaccessible Zanskar valley, cross Khardungla pass (the highest motorabel road in the world) and go into Nubra valley, and also explore the high mountain lakes like Pangong, Tso Moriri and Tso Kar.
But this is not a grim-faced, gritted-teeth survival story - this is hilarious and irreverent and full of misadventures. The three Amigos have a great time, meeting crazy people and doing crazy things. And all through the ride, they are guided, nagged and pursued by 'She Who Must Be Obeyed'!
'There are a few books that you read a number of times in your lifetime. You had a terrible day in your office, you had a break-up, you've shifted to a new town and missing your old buddies - all you need is a book that can make you love your life again. This is that book.'
Ketan Joshi writes across genres - travel, fiction, and non-fiction
He is the author of the acclaimed 'Three Men on Motorcycles' series, where he details his travel adventures with two friends - the 'Amigos' - and his wife 'SHE WHO MUST BE OBEYED', as they go on motorcycle tours to various parts of India on their Royal Enfield motorcycles.
The books have been lauded for their breezy humorous style and the irreverent and unusual content.
Ketan has traveled across the world - he has backpacked to the Kumbh mela, parachuted in New Zealand, Bungee jumped in Nepal, Scuba dived in the Great Barrier reef and gone shark-cage diving in South Africa.
Before he turned to travelogues, he wrote a lot of fiction - suspense, mystery and detective stories. He has published a collection of short stories 'Bombay thrillers' and also a set of stories and novels featuring his creation - Dipy Singh, Private detective.
He has also written 'What they didn't teach you about Marketing - filling the gap between education and practical life' - a sort-of textbook for people wishing to join the marketing/brand management function.
Ketan Joshi lives and writes in Mumbai, India, and apart from writing and biking, he enjoys cooking and wildlife photography.
He can be reached at www.ketanjoshi.net