Hotel New Park
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The rooms at this home stay are well maintained, essentially equipped and very clean. You can avail free wifi internet access at this home owned and hosted by Mr. Baktoo, Always be happy to assist you with all your requirements. This home stay is just a walking distance from the lake. Also, there is a well maintained, naturally green garden, welcoming you with a warm cup of tea.
Mr. Riyaz and family ...
... is the Kashmiri Comme Ca, which means acceptable. Lunch is local fare prepared properly. Steve goes off his vegetarian diet to taste two kinds of mutton because, When in Kashmir... He finds it's tasty to be sure but hardly worth the moral compromise. After lunch Yvette and Julie are dropped at a local Pashmina/carpet store (a friend of Akbar's, of course) to shop as Fire keeps an eye on them while Michael, Akbar and I head off to the mountains to discuss a property ...
... and education levels and professions. There were people from different areas in India. The group was so diverse it was later named "Team Eclectic" by our guide. It was amazing to spend a full week learning just how different each state's culture is: music, food, dress, dance, stereo types...you name it. The Group of 30 gelled with no pretenses or trouble. Like old friends it felt like I was back on one of those random sports tours at school with all the teasing and banter ...
... must be throughout these people's lives - have they ever seen a skyline that isn't jagged with peaks? I personally find their closeness almost comforting, especially in the evening like this when their warm, orange glow is no more than a beautiful, reliable wall between us and the world outside, but this of course is the naive perspective of a visitor who has had fun for a week; life in these mountains can never be cosy. Contending with the seasons is hard enough, with ...
... Our agenda for the day, was to go to Thajiwas Glacier, which could be reached either through a pony ride all the way, or through taxis, which take you to one end of the valley only. We took the taxi to the edge of the valley, from where all but myself, Chell, Prakash and Vijaya, opted to take the pony ride to the snowy regions of the Thajiwas Glacier.
We had about 2 hours to wander around the valley and towards the glacier, and hence opted to ...