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Stopped by a random guy at a railway crossing. He too loves to travel and is really excited by our trip.
His name is Nittu (a middle aged guy) He tells me that even he loves to travel. He recommends that we stop at patnitop
Stopped at dhaba for ...
... morning and the lake was glassy calm so I enjoyed sitting on the front deck admiring the view and catching up my blog. We left at 9.00, the traffic wasn't nearly as bad as when we arrived. However we're now on busy roads and having to be especially alert. The scenery is not nearly so stunning now so I didn't take many photos. We stop for morning chai opposite a cricket bat factory and go in for a look around. It ...
... great road and could drive as fast as we wanted or dared.
Then we hit a stoppage of dozens of cars and waited. Blasting had closed the road temporarily. How long? Nobody knew. We chatted with a couple of guys from Holland who were on a car tour. One liked to tease his driver. After this visit to Ladakh, they planned to go to Nepal for some trekking. Fun loving guys.
The traffic ahead began to move then ...
... degree one can obtain in Tibetan Buddhism, which has only been achieved by 102 people in history. One of the modern people is associated with the Likir monastery. The degree is granted by a consensus of well-learned monks who represent a variety of disciplines. Only if they all agree that the applicant is well-learned in all areas will the degree be granted. Keegan also asked about the ritual language, which is found on the rafters of the temples as well as ...
... in Mulbekh, provided us with a good lunch overlooking the Mulbekh Monastry.
Dated around the 8th Century AD, this tiny monastery comprises two gompas, one Drukpa (new Buddhist school) and one Gelugpa (old Buddhist school) and is thought to be one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh. It is situated high on a pyramidical crag and has wonderful views of gently terraced barley fields and the distant snowy peaks ...