De-Laila Group of House Boats
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Today was supposed to be more organised because the Kiwis had taken control. We had a briefing at the start, saying no one passes the leader and that S* (a Kiwi originally from India who runs 5 restaurants in NZ with his brother D, also on the tour) would lead the ride in tandem with Manoj, the deposed tour leader. Hilariously, Manoj managed to hit the deck twice with S on the back! They were riding in mud so it's somewhat forgivable plus Manoj has short legs. ...
... Kashmir) as it is considered an immoral activity (associated with gambling). Especially immoral with women. We arrived at the golf course and were told the fee by the people working the gate. There was a women's golf tournament going on, so we bought our entrance ticket (for the course, as we weren't members) and decided to wait at the restaurant with some coffee. At the appointed time, we headed down to pay and rent our clubs. Now, what was not communicated to us by ...
... the weather and the air around us, getting colder, as we get deeper into the valleys, and inturn the Himalayas, the group was getting increasingly excited and anxious of every turn on the road, every peak around the corner and every glimmer of roaring streams or waterfalls that we pass.
We reached Sonamar just before noon, and found ourselves nestled within the peaks. Though we were going to stay here only for a night, we knew in our hearts, that ...
... and took some of us to his second warehouse where I ordered a set of nested tables to be delivered to Freo. It will probably take a couple of months to get them. Back to the houseboat and then Ashraf took a few if us to a couple of carpet places. I wanted a runner, but the ones I liked best were too long. In the end I bought.a tribal design. A but dark so I hope it will look O.K. Back at the houseboat and it is time to plan and get ready for our Ladakh trip ...
... City. We could linger at any place as long as we'd like and the driver would standby. Boyce was game too. In fact, he was quite anxious to go to the gardens for photographs.
Our driver owned the rickshaw and kept it spotlessly clean. Three in the back would have been too cozy so Dave rode upfront next to the driver while Boyce and I sat in back.
The cloudless sky was hazy blue ...