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The plan was to rise at 5.00am for a trip by shikara to the floating fruit & veggie market. All the produce is grown on the floating islands and the market stalls are all boats with the customers all in boats too. I must have been dead to the world because when the butler tried to wake me I didn't stir. He came back at 5.15 and did wake me. I shot up and dressed but the party had already left. Bother. Still it was ...
Next on the program, we went up to Lamayuru Monastery and had the opportunity to sit with the Lamas for their prayers in the temple for a good 15 min. Quite a buzz! I might want to stay @ Phuktal for a few days just so I can experience more of this inner peace. We then came back home stopping at Phyang Festival for a few ...
... North, in Nubra village.We had a pleasant surprise awaiting us, as we were greeted by three kids, who were actually managing the hotel. They indeed were very well versed in providing us the best hospitality we had received in the trip so far, and made us feel so comfortable, as they brought us hot tea, coffee and biscuits, while we relaxed in the garden.After an hour of rest, we were frisked to the nearby sand dunes, amazingly at such altitudes, where we saw camels offering ...
... are. It does explain the bailey bridges everywhere, but we would tank the army would like the roads to be a bit faster. Maybe it tells us a lot about the efficiency of the Indian military.
Our first monastery was Likir, built more than 500 years ago. Again, the setting is, to us, as interesting as the monastery. Set on a cliff face, overlooking a valley, it was notable mostly for the large statue sitting behind. In the rooms, we learned about ...
... owner provided two buckets of hot water. We were grateful to be off the road, enjoying cooked food at other cafes and exploring the small village.
Set among dramatic mountain-backed moonscape bedlands, delightful little Lamayuru is one of Ladakh's most memorable villages. Homes huddle around a crumbling hilltop that's pitted with caves and topped by the very ...