Day 2 - 15th July 2018
It's time to Explore the Leh City - A Dreamland
Dotted with Stupas and Picturesque beauty, this place surely have some must visit spots !
Hall of Fame : In the memory of our brave Soliders
Shanti Stupa : One of the magnificent Tibetan Structure over looking the city
Leh Palace : Built during the 17th Century a Royal Palace giving a panoramic view of the entire town
“La” = ‘passes’ , hence Ladakh means ‘The land of Passes’. Crossing yet another high altitude pass on the journey, ChangLa and TanglangLa, both of them here claim to be the ‘Second highest pass in the World’. Both of them equally treacherous and physically exhausting to drive through. . (Swipe Left <—)
On the road, in the land of the Lamas....
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Never mind the chill, posing game always on point :-)
PANGONG, the sparkling blue Paradise.
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|| OM MANI PADMI HUM || The Himalayan people believe that as the wind blows it contains spiritual vibrations so that the prayers written on these flags can be heard by the universe.
When the Mrs. finally learns the tricks to click 😊
Diskit Monastery, the oldest and the largest Monastery in the Nubra Valley.
Tranquility amidst chaos !
The impressive 32 meter tall colorful statue of Maitrai Buddha perched on top the hill lock, facing the Shyok River towards Pakistan, compliments the barren surrounding perfectly.
The double humped Bactrian Camels found in Nubra 🐫 🐫🐫
Nothing calms you down better than sipping a hot Kashmiri Kahwa sitting next to a frozen waterfall after driving through the terror that was Zojila pass at 11700ft