Purne to Padum
Spot the horses making their way down the crisscrossing trail to cross
the river, only to make their way up the other side!
The bridges may look a bit scary, but trust me,
this is not how you will get injured. Trekkers, according to a survey some years ago, usually break legs or
whatever, when they take photos and don't look where they are putting their legs, or
when they have to get up in the middle of the night to take a p*ss.
Fields outside the beautiful town of Mune. I wasn't here for more than
one night, but it seems like a really nice town, lots of water and good irrigation, which is
something of change when you have been on your way 8-9 days from Darcha. It's a days walk from
Young monk explaining cook, guide and horseman
that Bardan Red Hat gompa is closed until the evening prayer. Below you see the resident goat, an Ibex I
believe. DON'T feed him!
In Mune the kids of one of the cooks joined their father on the daywalk
to Padum, the BIG town in Zanskar.
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