Ladakh Travelogue A Dream Ride Part 1 – Beginning

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I clearly remember two days before my trip, lying down on my roof and counting the stars. One of my acquaintances had asked me to join a road trip to Ladakh. If you ask me, at that moment I had no idea, I was going to be a part of this epic journey. Sounds Interesting, doesn't it? And as Interesting as it sounds it was chaotic and fearful for me. Wanna know why?

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Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)

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AMS is a type of altitude sickness which can vary from mild to severe. When you are traveling at a high altitude it is very obvious to feel some symptoms like headache, nausea, congestion in the chest, or shortness of breath and you may feel some trouble in sleeping. Usually, these symptoms occur at about 8,000 ft above sea level.

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How to get Permit for Ladakh

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Ladakh is most visited because of Khardung La Pass, Nubra Valley and, Pangong Tso Lake. To visit these places it is mandatory to obtain the Inner line permit for all the tourists to enter special zones in Ladakh. To get the permit, visit DC’s office as early as you can otherwise you will be stuck in the queue

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Jalori Pass- A Gateway to the Paradise

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If you are traveling with your loved ones, then what better place can be there then the one which gives peace to the soul and peace to the mind. Well, Jalori Pass or Jalori Jot is the right place to escape from the hustle-bustle of life for 4 days which definitely gives you breathtaking and eyegasmic views. Also, the place takes you to the next world through pearly gates.

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A Day in Hikkim | A Travel Story

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Postmaster starts early, it's going to be a long walk to Kaza, from there a bus to Rekong Peo leaves at the first light. Rinchen Chhering the postmaster at Hikkim post office smiles as I ask him if my post would be delivered. “Aapne toh naam he nai likha ismein”( You have not written your name on the postcard). Being Skeptical as I write my name, i gave it back to him. He stamps it and says it's done.

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