You can speak to Ismail beforehand to arrange a cab and negotiate the price. Or you may go to the Turtuk Main Market to find any vehicle going to Thang village next morning. For rest of the places, you can go on foot. All places are nearby and the pleasant atmosphere won't make you feel exhausted.
Communication in Turtuk
Only BSNL network works in Turtuk and that too with a lot of interruptions. Airtel works only till Hunder-Diskit. It doesn't work in Turtuk at all, along with Vodafone/ Idea. It is better to get a BSNL SIM in Leh for emergency.
People of Turtuk
The local residents of Turtuk are very cordial and friendly and would always greet you with a Hello and smile. When Dattatreya was lost in one of bylanes of the village and there was no way for us to communicate with him, the eagerness that Ismail's family and other villagers showed to help us was very touching.
And please note that the people of Turtuk have got nothing against Indian Army or tourist coming from other parts of the country. They very much consider themselves as the proud citizens of India. Their only agony is the fact that most of them haven't met their families (who got stuck in PoK after 1971 war) for more than 4 decades. With no access to Internet and Social Media, the estranged family members exchange video messages on flash drives, sent by post.