We never had lunch here at Pangong Lake because the driver said it would be expensive. So we left for Leh and somewhere in between, there was a point of many mini dhabas and restros, so we had lunch there (Dhabhas are cheaper than restaurants). We crossed the Changla pass and there were few nomadic people houses along the way. I brought that Yak butter from them. They asked for Rs. 1000 per kg so I bought a little for Rs. 200. We reached back at our hotels in Leh at around 5.30 – 6 PM and rested for the entire evening. Next day, we had saved for some shopping. We brought Army T-shirt caps and a pant, some bags and accessories, so full day was spent in shopping only. Last day 9, we left for Leh airport early morning by 4.15 AM. It was a good thing that we told the hotel owners to arrange for us our airport cab. There was a little hassle to leave at 4 am because the hotel staff was still sleeping. At last their room boy got up, and helped us. The cab was waiting outside the hotel. The Leh airport opens for passengers at 5. We reached early and sat outside the airport. Even at that early hour there were many people waiting out there. And then we boarded our flight home thus marking an end to our trip to Leh Ladakh.