Green Acre Guest House
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... with a knife seemed out of sorts for tourists and maybe it wasn't a tourist doing the attacking. When I asked him about his ear he said he did it in a motorbike accident a whole new story. Anyway the internet was not working, it has been unpredictable since the flood. We went home and began to pack for our trek all the time telling ourselves loads of people do it. We will be the last to go in the season as it will soon be to cold. The cook came round and Sahid introduced us. I ...
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 ...
... by the Indian police.
In the byzantine game that is the Kashmiri relationship to America, Akbar's father makes a grave misplay; he moves to the USA for sixteen years. Akbar's family fortune is held by his uncles and when his father returns they are cut off. While Akbar's father was away the business was left to Akbar and he did what a young man with a few extra dollars and justification for PTSD might do; he went to Europe and partied. ...
... we arrived for our daily wifi session to closed doors and a sign saying "come back tomorrow". Cashmiri weddings are very popular over this mild-weather time of year and have some amazing traditions attached to them. We discovered this after sharing the hilarity of the story with John. John spoke about the invitations and how everyone in the town was basically invited. The brides parents were to provide food, accommodation, gifts and even clothing for the events spanning 4 days. ...
... the sensitivity of the region, logistics and monetary constraints.
After scouring for various tours that could give us a complete enriching experience, landed on the Himalayan Trails package offered by Thomas Cook, which would over a 11day/10night duration, take us from Bangalore via Delhi to Srinagar, and through a series of drives across the Himalayas giving us the experience we had always desired. Bringing us closer to reality, we booked in May, the ...