Heevan Resort Srinagar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... who seem to mirror my relaxed and positive outlook in life. You see, science is not always right, two positives can attract each other and not repel. One of the key reasons I am going to Leh is for a Vipassana retreat; 10 days of meditation training in a fairly austere manner. No electronics, no communication with anyone, total silence, 10-12 sessions a day lasting 1 to 2 hours and they start from 4.30am. I'm not entirely sure it will ...
... etc but I still want to see the country and experience the culture. Here they are very spiritual and religious and to be honest I can see how important it is to all of them, how it binds them together. In the end I will always see religion as a burdon on the world but ill keep that to myself here. Sahid is a mummys boy, unmarried and happily looking after his mother who I like a lot despite her bad English and who also cooks well. As he got mote intense I stopped being able to follow ...
... the Kashmir Valley by travelers. It has a restaurant that serves authentic Kashmiri food and is considered one of the best restaurants for authentic Kashmiri food.
Seasons by Broadway hotel – Seasons by Broadway hotel is located in the inner Srinagar area in Rajbagh and is a 10 minute drive from the Dal Lake. The hotel has 40 large and spacious rooms. There are two hotels of the same name hence a traveler must ...
... give him a kickback. It was pretty annoying, really.
One of the must-dos in Srinagar is to take a ride in Dal or Nageen Lake on one of the Shakaras - the long wooden boats paddled by nice older men. Talk about tranquil! The lakes have a lot of seaweed in them, which makes for a very gentle ride on the surface. You feel quite far away from the chaos that exists not far ...
... with the rain too! The overnight rain after our trek built up rapidly and kept on through until the next day of our camping trip. We were lucky for the sunshine yesterday in time for our walk. The rivers have rose considerably, now looking a deep murky brown and moving much too dangerously for any water rafting. That water was definitely not drinkable! The water levels may have also affected our onward journey to Amritsar, so we are waiting to hear how bad the roads ...