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... military. It is National Highway 1 and generally it is the best road we have travelled on although it frequently becomes a 4x4 track without any warning. Mike, our leader, and 4 others got through before the road closure so they will be concerned when we don't arrive for lunch. No way of contacting them as there is no cell phone coverage. The road here is very narrow and hewn out of the side of the mountain. There has been a collapse which has taken part ...
... requested and shared. It's the first time since we have arrived in Kashmir that we are aligned in any way with the enemy. In this case it is dropped in conversation that we are aligned with the Pakistanis to foment internal chaos on Kashmir. The common belief is that the terror attacks in Kashmir are the work of either the Indian government itself justifying military spending, freedom fighters who dream of an independent Kashmiri state, or the Taliban coming in ...
... 11500ft) via Shekdur -11km
With the cries of CHELO CHELO (lets go, lets go), we begun the day with a steep ascent up from alpine Sonmarg and ventured above the tree line and into the open meadows where you can catch the most spectacular view of Sonamarg and the neighboring valley looking backwards. The streams, the meadows, the pines and the town are nestled to make a wonderful picture. We descended to Skekdur for lunch and chose to stop at a stream surrounded by ...
... a self-destructive trade-off between the military presence and tourism. Our friend in the taxi explained how Sri****r has suffered especially, with every new headline causing a flood of cancellations that continuously jeopardise livelihoods.
India, however, seems to be looking after this region well. Every few kilometers we are greeted by a cheery yellow sign on behalf of the Border Roads Organisation, affectionately abbreviated to BRO. Mountain driving advice ...
... a relaxing walk back, right on time, for the taxi to take us back to the hotel.
We spent the evening relaxing on the gazebo outside, with warm cups of tea and coffee, before walking off to get a glimpse of a full moon hiding amongst the peaks.
After a hearty dinner in the hotel, we laid our tired legs to rest and our eyes and minds to take a break from the never ending task of capturing stream of images, scents and the best that nature was offering ...