Ankush Group Mughal Palace Houseboat

Opp. Nunkun Restaurant, Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 190001, India | Hotel
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Once in a lifetime experience in Nubra Valley!

A travel blog entry by cavilleharris89

... indigenous to the region, but left here on the silk route and have been in the area since. We were both really excited to ride the camels, but on arrival found that they were not treated well and seemed really distressed and unhappy. On principal we decided not to ride them. Max and I were both quite upset by the situation... I guess for a second we had forgotten that we were in a desperate 3rd world country and people needed to do what they needed to do ...

Lamayuru monastery

A travel blog entry by dirkbocken


The first Lamayuru monastery was built under Rinchen Zangbo at the end of the 10th century, under orders from the king of Ladakh , who altogether had 108 Gompas built in west Tibet. It was built on the broken mountain in the valley and consisted of five buildings, of which only the central building stands today. One can still see some remains of the four corner buildings to the ...

My first houseboat experience

A travel blog entry by nuraini_hamid


... do not consider themselves as Indian though, so do not refer to them as Indians.

We were taken to the Dal Lake where we'll spend our next two days in Kashmir on a houseboat. Our houseboat was called the New California houseboat. There are gondolas, which the locals call it shikara, to ferry tourists and locals alike to/fro the jetty to the houseboat or to the villages located on Lake Dal. Which is why the Dal Lake is called the ...

Delightful little Lamayuru

A travel blog entry by aborder

This is a top pick!

... we were able to put our bags on the roof while the bus delivered supplies to a building site.

Sadly, even though we paid for a fare to Alchi, and stressed we needed to be dropped off at the Alchi bridge, the conductor forgot. Anyway, we got a half price ride to Leh instead.

Next stop, Leh.

Thanks again to Sonja for sharing some of her pictures on this blog.


Day 08 - Bloody Fat Delhis

A travel blog entry by mereldzi


... Walking up the mountainside we encountered the first of many Indian tourists on horseback, or as Moin likes to call them: "Bloody lazy fat Delhi *******s." Which is in fact a more accurate description; None of them will be found walking on anything at an inclination, but even horseriding is reduced to horseslouching, with a handler running behind the animals to keep them going forward. Meanwhile the Bloody Fat Delhis sit in their fake ...


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