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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 ...
Today we entered the Himalayas! They began in Sonemarg, 80km NE of Srinegar. It finally felt like today we had begun the ride that we'd signed up for. Another cool thing was I got to ride with the lads from the armed forces, who planned to start half an hour early and stick ahead. Actually we started half an hour late because one of their back tyres was flat! This was ok though because we got to see how to change one on a Royal Enfield. This is a ...
... 8220;You will want to go on to Alchi and stay there.” They have nice hotels with running water and inside toilets, he explained.
11th Century Temple in Alchi
We continue on with plenty of time. We bounced through some torn up sections of highway where the road and bridge were under re-construction. Commercial traffic was light so we made decent time through these bad sections. Then we reached a long ...
... 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 ...
... little homilies such as "Take Care, Life Has No Spare", "After Whiskey, Driving Risky", "Always Expect the Unexpected" were erected everywhere. It became quite fun trying to agree on the most humourous sign.
Lunch was at Mulbekh, a small village at an altitude of 3,304 m which is located 45 km from Kargil on the Kargil - Ley Road. Rigzen seemed to know everyone and his friend, owner of one of the three road ...