Blooming Dale Hotel Cottages
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... We talked about school ragging in Indian colleges to Himalaya ranges of Kashmir which we could see from the plane. Jammu was strange. There were more men than women on the roads.. 1 woman amidst 150 men may be. Most of the people were Sikh with turbans. I observed Jammu people had strange looks in their eyes - fear, anger, sadness - I don't know what it was. It was not just in one person, many. So, this taxi driver who was driving us to Katra would not speak at ...
... etc but I still want to see the country and experience the culture. Here they are very spiritual and religious and to be honest I can see how important it is to all of them, how it binds them together. In the end I will always see religion as a burdon on the world but ill keep that to myself here. Sahid is a mummys boy, unmarried and happily looking after his mother who I like a lot despite her bad English and who also cooks well. As he got mote intense I stopped being able to follow ...
... it's let the buyer beware. There are 11 people in this house and he is the primary support so let the rich westerners be damned. Damned, but not robbed. Because Akbar is also a person who can connect, probably in spite of himself, with other people. Michael is promiscuously gay (he boasts a count of seven conquests since arriving in India), he is also an effete, motor-mouthed trust fund baby who throws money around like he's allergic to it. About ...
... this, we keep getting told how it cures and aids Ailments. The list is currently at but not limited to: tiredness, coldness, hotness, sleeplessness, flu, snotty nose, sore throat, cancer preventative, assists digestion...
Post the hike, we went to a famous local restaurant called Mughal Darber. Having eaten a full week of vegetarian everything, we joined the "non veg" side of the table and indulged in some famous Cashmiri dishes. Wazawan (literally meaning feast) plate which is ...
Today was all about the party that was organised for the evening.
We all did different things, some went shopping, some went on a shikara ride, I went to an Internet cafe, Ashraf had errand and some just stayed on board.
The staff have been busy all day preparing for the party.
A special chef and kitchen hands have been hired and there were constant sounds of chopping and grinding coming from the kitchen. ...