Hotel Dragon Ladakh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to hug them. Women here are strong natured with a firm physique from working the fields and daily work they carry out as a means of survival throughout the year.
Wishing I could say 'Leh's simplicity and rural lifestyle hasn't been tainted by the increasing amount of outsiders visiting here', more and more construction sites are seen developing on a daily basis from small guesthouses to hotels and restaurants.
Fortunately, community values ...
... was then back to the guesthouse for some chill time having walked for most of the morning and afternoon. The grounds of the guest house were beautiful offering ample spaces to sit, our favourite being the back garden which had a constant supply of fresh mint tea. Dinner was yet again a delight with a fresh salad from the garden accompanied by a local broth to start. Maincourse consisted of rice served with a spinach and vegetable dish and to finish a fruit salad for ...
In the morning we go off for another look at the shops and find a cunning brass lock with three keys, all of which need to be used to open it. :) Not very practical but a great puzzle. Then after lunch we get back on our bikes and head up the Nubra Valley and up the pass to Khardung La (Pass) which at 5,602m (18,380 ft) is the ...
... up the mountain and while we hung out up there in awe of the sights and overload to the senses. Initially there were two Americans, me and Dan (a middle aged Southerner who has devoted himself fully to Buddhism through daily prayers and study), Greg (a mature Australian man who’s been devoted to Buddhist practice in a more radical way as a yogi for the last 50 years and currently runs a retreat center on Kangaroo Island), Allan (a middle aged hilarious Austrian ...
... pay yesterday by credit card, then I learned that a man with a mobile credit card device has to be called in, and when he came a few days earlier, his device didn't work. So I figured I'd go to one of the ATMs in town and withdraw the money (about Rs30,000 (~$500) for Oriental, and the same for myself), however, the maximum withdrawal is set at Rs10,000 per day. OK! So let's go to a cashier. First bank (Bank of India), ...