With our tummy filled with some authentic Tibetan food we then went to Leh Post office. It’s a different feeling to send a post card from one end of India. In the era of digitization, sending postcards is not on everyone’s to-do list. Lavi and I were surprised to see no Indian except the two of us at the post office. Around 5-6 foreigners were glued to the seats, busy writing elaborate letters. I was impressed seeing the huge variety of postcards available with them. The postcards are priced at INR 15/- Once I returned to Mumbai, I was eagerly waiting for the postcards to arrive. The first post card arrived in around 7 days and the rest in 10 days.