De-Laila Group of House Boats
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... Kirtys rolling tobacco, rizlas and filters caused a stir and she had to roll a cigarette to show how they all pieced together, she was told not to keep it in her hand luggage. Next we drove to the airport. Then on the way in again everything including us went through metal detectors and xray machines. I was told to put my torch in my hull bag. Then check in but I had broken the seal on my zip putting my torch in so the bag had to go back through the scanner. Then it was ...
Traveling seems to give me one weird experience after another at the moment.Last week didn't start to weirdly, just frustratingly. This is India after all! My guesthouse gave me a lift to the train station in order for me to get a local, overnight train to Bikaner, my next stop. However. the queue was out of the door and not moving. Somebody 'helpful' told me that I could use a much shorter second queue but when I joined it other people told me that was for women only! There was a lot ...
... 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 ...
... including a hand luggage empty out and a bag identification process. I honestly got through to departures feeling molested and like my personal space and privacy had been invaded. I have to admit, getting on that plane after this airport experience actually made me excited for Round 2 of outrageous Delhi. If at first you don't succeed.... You know the rest. Hahaha. Looking forward to keeping an open mind and seeing Delhi through different eyes with some local support holding our hands this time.
... time, their spouses, Shaila and Kala respectively, had also joined us. All of us were eyeing for other couples who looked like they were also searching for their group members, but could not find any. Within a few more minutes, we found the remaining couples, seated next to us in the flight anyway.
After just an hour, we entered the Indian state of Kashmir, and landed in Srinagar (summer capital), to our surprise greeted by a blistering 31 degrees ...