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To start with : Happy Birthday Sis! May this one be filled with love, As I'm walking back to the hotel through ped-paths, I'm suddenly filled with a light feeling of joy. A minute later, I meet these two older English ladies, and as I'm about to say “Jullay”, one of them says “Hello”, and my good old half-functioning brain managed to make me say “Jello” instead, which kept me inwardly laughing at myself, almost to tears, for a good ...
... a sweet smells, possibly from incence burning comes along to surprise you. All of it is incessant and can become a bit overwhelming, and even agressive to those of us, looking for peace and quiet. But it is a bustling city, in the summer, and the fact that it is in the middle of the Himalayas doesn't change that from other popular touristic destinations. This being said, there are better options for those not shopping. All of the main arteries are also ...
... particular.The Schedule for the International Festival of Buddhist
Heritage of Ladakh 2013:15th September 2013: Sunday
- Arrival of Guests and rest for acclimatization
- Evening Registration
- Inauguration of the International Festival of Buddhist Heritage 2013
- Meditation and Yoga Festival
- Inauguration of the International Buddhist Film Festival ...
... tourists as the season was drawing to a close as the snows will return in mid-September. As for the houses, these were about as common as the tourists and a village could consist of 1 house. The biggest village, Markha which the trek is named after, consists of no more than 20 houses (well, more like huts or dwellings). As for the barley fields, it was astonishing that anything could grow up here as the season is June to September but these fields, although small, were very ...
... once Leh and with some moderate panting climbed the palace hill (100m) to visit the palace and then trudged on another 70m to the top of the fort. Neither monument was worth the entrance fee - they're old musty, empty sheds inside - but view from their terraces was unforgettable. 8. K added another injury to our mutual list banging her head on a low doorframe in the palace, the new bump on her head serving as a stark reminder that it's personal between us and ...