Blooming Dale Hotel Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... made. Pashminas are special scarves made all over the world with artificial fibers, but the true and traditional pashminas are woven from the pashmina goat’s hair and are hard to find outside of this region. We observed the weaver making a pashmina in a very intricate process. Finally, we went to Maqbool’s house. Maqbool is a papier mâché artist. He showed us the project he was working on. Him and his family served us ...
... is a fancy river taxi, they are like canoes with a small roofed area inside which are some seats and they are highly decorated, operated by a guy on the back with a paddle, they are genuinely really nice. When they say take a shikera I can't help but imagine sitting on shakira while she is singing away and i paddle along, its like damm right ill get on shakira. I protested and did not get out the cab until my shakira driver was clear that unless he dropped me at my houseboat not his ...
... went on to talk about the state of tourism in Srinagar. He was happy to see us walking around the garden and house. He said it was many, many years since there were lots of tourists walking around. Now he is happy to see one or two. Kashmir was an independent nation before the British stitched it together with India when they partitioned India and Pakistan. Now, some in Kashmir want independence again. There were some kidnappings and violence many years ago, but it was responsible for ...
... make us feel comfortable in our room - which was rectangular with windows and a few blankets on the floor for beds.
It soon got dark, and so Neill and I sat in our room - with the while family watching our every move - at least it felt that way. It was pretty weird to have them all watch us scarf down our "lunch" while they all simply watched us drink, ...
... were glad that they were not. Having to find and remove their luggage would've caused further delays. This way the flight left a mere 1 hour late. We arrived at Delhi domestic without further trouble, but just getting our luggage and finding the shuttle to the international airport was a bit of a challenge without Ashraf to guide us. Once there everything changed. It was like any other international airport, calm, clean, spacious with helpful staff. In fact another ...