Centaur Lake View Hotel
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Our houseboat (the "Lion of Khasmir") was moored on Nagin Lake within the "Wangnoo Resort": Nagin is one of 3 major lakes in the Srinagar area. Some 800 boats are moored "lakeside": not all part of our resort, many others exist around the shoreline. Both private and commercial houseboats.
Our 3 bedroom abode was ornate. All rooms were large and constructed of heavily traditionally carved walnut timber. Other than the bedrooms ...
... just a flood it was a terrible flood. The water rose up 2 storeys! At 3am. Everything is ruined. The houseboats took as many people as they could and looked after them for 2 weeks which is how long the levels were up. It went down 28days ago. It swept away people's homes livelihoods and lives, many people died. Now they are all living in tents and already the temperature here is like an English winter. I am wearing 2 pairs of trousers, 3 tops, a jumper and a winter coat and I'm cold. ...
... booking as one of them has a swimming pool and all modern amenities while the other is not that good.
RK Sarovar Portico – RK Sarovar Portico is located next to United Nations head office in Sonwar Srinagar. The hotel offers 55 well designed centrally heated guest rooms and suites equipped with all modern amenities such as LCD Televisions, tea / coffee maker, well stocked Mini Bar, direct dial telephones, ...
... the busy streets and bazaars.
My last morning in Srinagar I awoke at 5am, as usual, to the sound of the Muslim call to prayer echoing across the lake from several different directions. I packed up Pablo, my motorcycle, and left Srinagar in a very different environment which I arrived - to quiet, deserted streets inhabited only by stray dogs.
... in our entire group, huddled on a massive rock cheering each of our members in for the day. The atmosphere and gees (for non South Africans this is a word used to describe a positive vibe and attitude) was immense. We were definitely cooler with us singing until our voices couldn't anymore. We spent the evening in the main tent celebrating Santas birthday. Miraculously, with only a pressure cooker and some gas, the cooks emerged with a freshly baked cake, iced with "happy ...