(On the way to Kaza from Tabo, look at the formation on the hill to the right)
We found this traditional dhaba next to a fancy cafe in mid of the town. I ordered 2 parathas, Rahul 3 and Naren 1, and the numbers were proportional to our body weights. On the mountain slope on the other side of river spiti, some students of Jawahar Navodya Vidyalaya Kaza had decorated the whitewashed stones into the word 'NAVODAYA' in big letters, and it was visible from almost one kilometers of the road stretch and the town itself.
(word 'NAVODAYA' decorated using whitewashed stones, Kaza)
(Kee monastery, clicked from road below it)
Our Next destination was Kee(Keeh or Ki) monastery. A single lane metalled road diverges to the right after one kilometers from Kaza. Distance of Kee monastery was not more than 5 kilometers, as per my rough estimates. When we were below the monastery we read the name of 'Kibber' in a side road stone. Instantly we decided to go to Kibber first and then if the time allows, we would visit Kee.
(Road to Kibber)
At Kibber village
(Naren and Rahul in front, Kibber in back)
There is this wildlife sanctuary board next to our bikes. Photography of the wild animals in the sanctuary is not allowed, but we didn't find any anyway. A board we found few metres back informed about Bharal, Ibex related to sheep and goats, snow leopard and himalayan wolves.
(Our bikes look so beautiful when there is such a beautiful background)
(Kibber 0 km)
(A pose and view of the village)
Old Stupa, Kibber village)
(lush green fields of Kibber and the limestone mountain summit)
(In front of the wildlife sanctuary board)