De-Laila Group of House Boats
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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 ...
... to read my diary. Bar the sugar I passed but it was now 20mins to take off and I was worried we had missed boarding. We then had to confirm our hold bags were ours before finally reaching our gate and luckily boarding had not started. It started shortly after but guess what before you board you through another security check. You are searched and Kirsty now had to explain the content of her bag but its a lot less colourful than nine. Finally we were on the runway. I did not worry ...
... Steve makes his way upstairs to the bedroom. Julie is still awake. The electric blanket has done the job on half the bed, but noticing that it is "plugged" into the outlet with raw wires, Julie opts for the eskimo/dog heating method again. We crawl into bed having used portable toiletries for preparation and Julie, having heard some of the conversation with Akbar outside, asks in earnest, "Are we in danger?" Steve tells her no but sleeps like Sebastian Junger in a war zone. ...
... hilarious games that I will not bore you with the rules... But involved a lot of running, singing and dancing. And sore abs by the end from all the silly laughter.
Day 8: Gangabal (11,500ft) to Naranag (7,450ft)
This was a tough and nostalgic day as we descended sharply, with pressure on the knees and ankles. The arid mountains turn to meadows and then to the alpinous forests. We got to the bottom, had a celebratory drink and jumped into the jeeps to head back ...
... up, shoulder to shoulder, each positioned on one of the 1.5m x 750cm woven mats crammed next to each other. The huge halls are held up by massive mustard coloured pillars. These are single trunks of deodar trees, quite astoundingly.
The Old Town is littered with beautiful mosques with the most famous and majestic mosque built in 1730, khanqah shah I Hamadan. It is built with a wood and brick combination to dissipate the affect of earthquakes. It is covered inside and out in ...