Centaur Lake View Hotel
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We decided to explore more of Kashmir. Riyas or house boat man talked us into a trip to a lake about two hours away. When we got to this remote village to meet our boat I was amazed by the amount of children there. I guess they all came out to see the foreigners. It was quite overwhelming to have all these eyes starring at me and I not knowing what to do. Makes me wish I knew some magic tricks. When we got under way it was quite cool because the lake was essentially a ...
... guy! Just as I was about to give up and call the guesthouse to come and get me, Jaswant's female cousin appeared and had two tickets - one for him and one for me! I have no idea when he asked her to get me a ticket or why he was queuing if she was buying his ticket but I certainly wasn't complaining. He'd even arranged friends to save seats on the train so that I even ended up with a whole bench to sleep on.I shouldn't have been surprised of his answer when I asked what he did for ...
... Julie steps back out with chai. The cups, like small heaters, warm us inside and out. The stories roll out slowly paced by long drags of the smoke and long exhales of the pain. This is not an interview, there are no questions asked. There is nothing to say. Steve simply waits in silence between chapters and the book re-opens. There is nothing he can say. The notion of Steve speechless may seem scoff-worthy but here tonight the physical possibility is ...
... run around. We started by seeing the three Mughal Gardens which were built shortly after the Mughal troops took the region in 1586. All are similar in design with a terraced lawns, fountain pools through the center of the complexes, perfectly manicured flower beds and famous Chinar trees (plane trees) over 300 years old dotted about with people resting in their shade enjoying an ice cream. Shalimar Bagh is the most famous of the three complexes, but Nishat Bagh has a steeper terrace ...
... us to Sonamarg, about 90 Kms from Srinagar, another 3 hours drive.
Sonamarg would be our first stop, in our journey from Srinagar towards Kargil and Ladakh.
The drive itself is spectacular, with us winding through valleys, and the tributaries of Jehlum river following us, all the way through.
After treated with yet another round of immense beauty, we reached Sonamarg, the Meadow of Gold, located at about 2800 metres above sea ...