Green Acre Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... sweet! Kashmir has been interesting!!!; I think, sometimes, my expectations can corrupt my emotions. In that I mean I have been wanting to come to Kashmir since a million lifetimes ago but it wasn't what I wanted it to be when I arrived. That's not Kashmir's fault that's mine; I was looking for something that doesn't exist coupled with the struggle I was having with city life ... well, it's like expecting to be able to eat a kilo ...
... pictures, it looked incredible and spoke about other people he had taken and how he sometimes get sent travellers from English tour agency's. He has all the stuff and loves going and it will be the last trek of the season before winter hits to hard. Best of all was horses carry your stuff and if I wanted I could take a horse just for me, my own mountain horse. We liked the idea of going trekking in the Himalayas but we were both slightly concerned about safety for woman in remote ...
... The LaLit Grand Palace was originally built in 1901 for the royal family. It now provides luxurious rooms with views of Dal Lake and the beautiful gardens. An indoor pool, tennis courts and pampering spa treatments are also available. The tastefully designed rooms are modern with a touch of traditional charm. All have a satellite TV, mini-bar and free tea/coffee making facilities. It is 18 km from Srinagar Airport and 4 km from Lal ...
... days in Srinagar, and enjoyed my time there quite a bit. I walked around the old city quite a few times, which had many stone-and-wood buildings remaining from the Mughal era - over 600 years old, I was told.
Supposedly, the kids in old town Srinagar are known for throwing stones at tourists (nice, eh?), so I kept a sharp eye out for the little buggers while in that part of ...
... and t-shirt in the on and off rain, before finally settling on what is the top of our destination. Here i find the sights of a turquoisey-blue lake below further mountains and glaciers which never seem to end. Stunning, we were also joined by the clouds and fog weaving around us from all sides. This was truly up in the clouds. After Jades head got a bit too close to the (very large) waterfall we were walking up, on the way down it became a little more like a ...