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... is the "Future Buddha". In the evening, we explored the local market of Leh. One could get souvenirs of different ranges. We preferred to get T shirts on which we could get our own imprint ...Lousy T shirts..at just Rs. 350/- for a remembrance. We devoured the famous Yak cheese pizza and the tibetan butter tea at one of the local restaurants and decided to save the best for the last.
On our 3rd day in Ladakh (28th June), we again hired a taxi ...
... saw we refused to get out he eventually took us into sector 22 in town. It was an expensive city with the cheapest guesthouse 5x the price of Rishikesh so I was glad to have found someone to share with. It was pretty luxurious though, meaning we were actually provided with toilet roll and a bar of soap! Starving by his point we took a walk down the street and were rewarded with a load of chicken places! I ordered a half size chicken curry and tandoori roti. When it came ...
... possible bomb carrying nits, we were finally given a pass and allowed to enter. Well I ask you - would you climb it? Because it is an armed forces base we couldn't take any photos to prove we climbed the thing so I pulled out on the spot as it wasn't my gawd up there anyway - and we were starting at 6100 feet! Now I know why they didn't answer any of my questions before we signed in and went through all the ...
... Chandigarh is a relatively new city, thoughtfully planned by the architect Le Corbusier in the 20th century. Its modern hotels, bars and shopping plazas could be from any American or Western European city. It is a verdant city, with tree-lined boulevards, a number of parks and gardens, and a large artificial lake with a strip of woodland on the far side. Having been such planned, it is an anomaly among Indian cities that are ...
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We were warned that these monkeys are not afraid of humans and can be aggressive at times. At the bottom of the steep hill to the temple, we rented sticks to use as protection. A short way up the hill, a kind Indian man stopped us and begged us to please remove our "goggles" (i.e. glasses). We tried to explain that we don't see very well without them, and he understood, but was very concerned about us, as it is not uncommon ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed