Hotel Holiday Ladakh

Fort Road,Lower Tukcha, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fort Road,Lower Tukcha, Leh, is near Leh Royal Palace, Leh Post Office, Prayer Wheel, and Library Road Vegetable Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Leh

    Blog Day 16 - Acclimatization... The day of 'rest'

    A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 01, 2014

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    As recommended by the locals and our trustworthy Lonley planet we had a day of resting and taking it easy. Eager to explore Leh itself we meandered down the hill from the guest house. The road was lined with an assortment of different shops, cafés and restaurants, a similar format to Manali but slightly more spread out. Having walked down to the centre we took a break at a roof top terrace which had a view up to Leh Palace. Here we attempted to orientate ourselves ...

    Stok and Spituk on a scooter

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jul 29, 2014

    30 photos

    ... there. While Ladakh is probably safer than most of the rest of the planet, our life experience still instills a bit of fear in these conditions. So we headed back down to the "newer" Monastery. It has also been used as a Royal Residence for a while, but is now a museum with a little restaurant and a terrace with a view which would make the envy of many. In the Museum, there were a lot of old and valuable objects and jewelry, including 500 years old thankas. Unfortunately, ...

    The Nubra Valley

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of literature, master painters, even the event of the evolution of the first human, were completely inconsequential to these mountains, to this valley. For as each of the milestones in our history occurred that one might be eagerly told of by some lecturer, these mountains would have marked none of them. They would have remained the same from one to the next. This was a world that didn't care about me, about us. Its scale was too large, its time was too long.

    10 bugs you are guaranted 2 be exposed to in India

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jun 03, 2014

    ... If you haven't had it before though, I highly recommend it to clean up the old pipes. I had it once, on and off (mostly ON) for 4 weeks, here in India. I feel very proud of having contributed to that extent to improving India's ecosystem. But this time.... this time, I'm totally ready. I'm not gonna eat or drink, nor brush my teeth or shower, not gonna shake hands and will keep my distance from people. Which brings me to my next bug... 4) The "Paranoïa" bug Food : It is not so much ...

    Kashmir: Trekking and Homestays in "Stripey-land"

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on Apr 29, 2014

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... smaller than most ponies) were very cute. They're about three feet tall and four feet long. Although they're small, like other donkeys, they look depressed like Eeyore. They are used as pack animals, along with horses. Amanda thought the"heeee - haaaaah" noise that they make (which Edie explained was called"braying"), was very disturbing. Their call sounded kind of like a cross between a rusty door opening and closing, asphyxiation, and the scream during a painful birthing of ...