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... J&K: 90% Muslim population and a rather dedicated tourist area. Much different to that of Jammu but very much similar in that we are now centred in what is very "disputed territory" and has been since India's independence in 1947. The Indo-Pakistan conflict in the 1990s still affects the area as it is still classified as "no go" by many Governments .... including Australia. Consequently many scars still exist. It is not too hard to elicit some anti-Indian ...
... I tried talking about the trek and if it is safe and he just said yes of course. I asked him if he ever had any problems and he said only with the tourists, one attacked his friend with a knife and cut off a piece of Sahids ear, I think that's what he said. We got bored of talking about a god I do not believe in so we decided to go retreat to bed. I wondered if the trauma of such a bad flood had crowded his mind with all the good people and bad things happening talk which I ...
... oddest situations imaginable in a forbidden part of the world and we go all-in with a blackout. Of course this isn't their first black rodeo so candles are lit promptly and not a bite is delayed. It's actually kind of nice; the wood crackles in the stove and anyone passing through slows down to compensate for the poor visibilty. Sadly, the light returns after a little while.
We meet Akbar's newly recovered mother about whom he was worried ...
... specific goods, people's shops, tourists on canal tours.... You name it.
Cashmiri culture is unique in so many ways. Their traditional clothing is practical and different. We got a glimpse of a phreak (woolen capes) in action on our hike and on one or two of the colder evenings in Srinagar. They are like massive trench-coats with no buttons or zip, and the locals walk around in them with their hands inside the cloth to keep warm. On the first couple of views of this I did ...
... there was no real point in us spending more money in a place we didn't want to be anymore.
It took us a whole frickin day to organize a jeep from Leh to Srinagar and I was well gutted as Lewis had promised to take me to the Leh donkey sanctuary but it was too late and we were too fed up by the time we'd sorted everything! Alex, Andreas and Nathan came with us - Alex and Andreas were getting equally as fed up with India having been here for a similar amount of ...