Centaur Lake View Hotel
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... would ask questions, offer him chocolates but nah.. he seemed as dry as the soil here. I thought, may be its because of so much turmoil happening in this area - Jammu is near Pakistan border. This state has face lots of violence , terrorism etc for past many decades. Most city offices are military run - Ramesh told me. As soon as we reached Katra, we started hiking up hill to Vaishno Devi. Its one of the holiest shrine of Hindu goddesses. Vaishno Devi is manifestation ...
... course. we relaxed and read and discussed the idea of trekking. The next day. Today Sahid took us into town again so we could visit the mobile phone shop as neither of our phones worked here which we did not like for safety reasons. The mobile phone people said your sims will not work unless you are on contract due to security. This meant no mobile for the duration of our stay. we quickly send an email explaining to our parents so they did not worry. Then back at the boat Sahid showed ...
... says privately, "I love that guy. Poor ****er has a broken heart." Which brings us to the other side of the equation; we are all two people to him. He is a shark and his directive is to use the faculties at his control to transfer money from your pocket to his. He doesn't literally lie, he doesn't steal, he just gets the money. To be frank, we did fairly well on this travel given the flights, meals and accommodations we received but it's probably because ...
... and another man Ashwin did not stop speaking about "THE lake" and how life changing it was. The teasing for turning back that day is yet to stop. I really loved this about the group, and Indians in general. As South Africans I think being chirped makes you feel at home. Seeing the shared photos if it later, it was clear that getting to this lake was merely a boulder hopping expedition that tired out ones precious energy and legs to have a view of a lake looked like a mere ...
... of a spiced sausage (like boeriewors), tandoori chicken pieces, mutton knuckles and mutton balls presented on a mountain of rice. We also had saucier mutton based balls called goshtaba in saffron yoghurt curry sauce and tabak maaz which are fried lambs ribs. Had it been lotus Lillie season, we could have tried nadir (lotus stems). Cashmere is not the place to be a vegetarian, there is very little traditionally Cashmiri catering for the other end of the table, poor guys.