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... us to another mosque but we insisted he take us to an internet cafe. On the way he told us people were angry as they blame the tourists for the flood and he told them we were Muslim. This did not fill us with confidence. We are about to go into a remote location surrounded by people who think the flood is our fault and were already in a state of crisis. Plus he told us he hires poor gypsy horseman so they get some money, I'm not sure what I thought of that. So the internet was working. ...
... highest and longest cable car project, a two-stage ropeway to and from Kongdori Mountain.
Gulmar Gondola ride, happens in two stages, the first stage taking us from Gulmarg resort at 2,600 m (8,530 ft) to Kongdori Station (3,050 m) in a bowl-shaped valley, and the second stage , takes us to a height of 3,747 m (12,293 ft) on Kongdori Mountain.
Since we reached the base only at around 12, we were able to get tickets only upto stage 1. The ...
... us again to hold onto our things carefully . Went through a narrow passage and once we clear that half way he led us away - jump the queue to the front and to the gondolas... Must be some bribing going here. But we don't care as it got us there earlier .
Up the mountain and we hopped off at 1st stop . Here he advise us not to talk to pony be vendors and just follow him .he led us up some slopes and through rocky muddy path . Seeing how my mother and ...
... true and what is fiction, but there is something larger than life about the guy and I wouldn't be surprised if everything he says, and everything that is said about him, is all true. He's now somewhere in his fifties and has a face that looks hardened by battle but he has put all that behind him and now spends his days smoking hash, watching animal shows and professional wrestling, cooking dinners for his guests and holding court for the endless stream of ...
... We took off our leash and said our farewells. For all his bragging he has really been a terrific portal into this community for us and it's sad to see him go. Rest assured though, nobody cried. In public.
Our driver and us continued to see the handicraft 'factory' that employs about 150 different families. Of course this turned out to be nothing more than another sales talk, albeit at a nice place. Not wanting to anger the people that still have ...