Centaur Lake View Hotel
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... of many different traditional foods. After lunch, Maqbool showed us his collection of papier mâché items that he had made. All of the artisans that we visited worked with Devika to help sell their products. After a long day, we went back to the hotel and ate a great dinner.
Our time in Srinagar was very special as most people would not be able to visit the people that we did. The next day we flew from Srinagar to ...
... friends I would not pay him. He stuck to his word and our trip across the canal just before the lake was nice. There was more houseboats than I could have imagined. A beautiful Indian well I should say Kashmir girl met us and welcomed us. Soon her brother turned up and allowed us to pick a room out of 2. The boat was beautiful. We had a nice room decorated with thick Kashmir rugs and a little living room also decorated with red Kashmir rugs and beautiful red furniture. The brother, ...
... reduction in tourists! That pretty much dried up the tourism industry. It has been on a slow increase the last couple of years. Because of this situation, it has been over twenty-five years since a new boat has been built!!
I went into the houseboat that was under construction. There were about a dozen men working on carving of the interior pieces. It was amazing how they were carving with wooden hammers and chisels! It was beautiful!! This kind of woodwork is famous in Kashmir. I ...
In the end, it was wonderful staying at their house with them. When we asked how much the cost was the next day, they just said "as you wish...but how about 800 rupees?"
Neill headed back to Leh, and I continued through barren terrain and over the kinda-scary ZojiLa to the mountain town of Sonamarg. I was really craving some exercise, so I did ...
... felt they owed their society something more, and had a fear of financial failure as they are surrounded by the alternative. I really like this. 7 days in the mountains can lead to some hectic conversations.
Ariving at camp was quite a spectacle. The trekking group one ahead of us was on their rest day and some of the people on our trek seemed to know some of the people in the other group. anyway, this gave way to a massive untold "which group is cooler" battle. ...