Green Acre Guest House
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... to understand. We decided tomorrow we must go first thing to an internet cafe and see what information we can find out about his houseboat and treks and trekking in the area. This was another mistake not insisting on this sort of research before we said yes we have only done impulse yes's twice since travelling and both were a bad idea everything else we have researched online etc. Our rough guides suggested people do go trekking in the area and people sell trekking in Delhi so surely ...
Traveling seems to give me one weird experience after another at the moment.Last week didn't start to weirdly, just frustratingly. This is India after all! My guesthouse gave me a lift to the train station in order for me to get a local, overnight train to Bikaner, my next stop. However. the queue was out of the door and not moving. Somebody 'helpful' told me that I could use a much shorter second queue but when I joined it other people told me that was for women only! There was a lot ...
... including a hand luggage empty out and a bag identification process. I honestly got through to departures feeling molested and like my personal space and privacy had been invaded. I have to admit, getting on that plane after this airport experience actually made me excited for Round 2 of outrageous Delhi. If at first you don't succeed.... You know the rest. Hahaha. Looking forward to keeping an open mind and seeing Delhi through different eyes with some local support holding our hands this time.
... effort involved in making one carpet (6 months to 2 years), and of-course all reflected in the prices of these carpets, which become a long term investment in itself.
We were also introduced to Kahwah Tea, a traditional green tea, consumed in the Kashmir valley, made by boiling green tea leaves, and with saffron, cinnamon, and cardamom etc., added to give us a refreshing jolt.
After a hearty dinner at the hotel, we dozed off in the arms of the Kashmir ...
The plan was to go to Jammu, spend a day and night there and then move to Srinagar. However Jammu is the most ****** town I have ever seen and also when looking for hotels they were expensive. So I decided to take a taxi car for 7 people and go immediately.
In Srinagar I contacted Bilal and his father Riyaz via couchsurfing and after 20 minutes I sat in their house drinking tea. The family consists of 3 children (2 boys 1 girl) and then Riyaz and ...