We started our journey in the morning back to Leh from Nubra Valley and we reached at around 1:15 pm. We had lunch at Changsa, Pure Veg ladakhi Organic Food, momos and skyu was amazing. Then spoke to few tour operators for shared taxi to Pangong lake and went for shopping. In the evening had snacks at Neha Snacks – Papdi Chaat was average but Aloo tikki was good. Strolled in the evening at Changspa road, Leh. Changspa road has many guesthouses and homestays, surrounded by farmers fields and often with excellent views, they make a wonderful place to spend a couple weeks. It’s easy to wander around this area stopping to find something that suits your budget and needs. During summer numerous garden restaurants spring up in Changspa, serving Tibetan, Western, and Indian dishes. Also, OpenHand Shop and Cafe around the Old Fort Road has good South African, and Continental Cuisine. This road also has good western coffee, and some good Indian Textiles. There are several places in and around Leh where visitors are welcome to study the Buddha Dharma, either privately or in a class environment. The Mahabodi Society on Changspa road is one of the most active of these.