The next day I was off to the market in town to get some pictures. But guess what – there was almost nobody selling. Bad timing iI guess. Anyhow – here are the last few pictures from Leh for you:
On the way down from our guest house was a little temple that I passed so many times without stopping. This time I did!
Nice paintings inside but somebody should take care of them.
The mosque downtown
If it would not be for the shops – this would be a really nice building.
The Namgyal Tsemo Monastery – with a lot of cables
Finally i reached the market or what was left that day:
All the food did look very fresh
He has water in the oil drum – they are moving the whole day and bring water somewhere.
They remodel the whole inner city so it was all construction and dust.
Our room at the Rai-Wa guest house at Upper Changspa road. A nice chilled place with a green surrounding and a roof to sit and relax. The owner is super friendly but it was a bit expensive compared to the other rooms we had. We did pay 10€ for 4 people with the shower and toilet outside. I did pay less for an AC room with shower and toilet in Delhi. Still a nice room :-)