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... 3 days in lower altitudes as a mechanical and ergonomic shake down... smart thinking given the bike.
I've also realised I brought the wrong boots. Whilst, being moto x ones, they look the business, not having a flexible ankle means I can't operate the heel and toe gear lever or the foot brake well. I have to change gears in a very deliberate, planned fashion by reaching back with my toe to the heel half of the lever and pushing down for up ...
... patriotic songs, some of the kids who had come to watch were given large flags and ran towards the gate and then back. I'm not entirely sure of the point of this but it must be the only border in the world where people shouting patriotic slogans and running with flags towards the border (which is notoriously tense I should add) are not shot at! I'm not sure I would want to take the risk. After this, the border soldiers take turns to goose-step to the gate, shake their fists at ...
I departed Amsterdam and headed to India. After a stopover in Moscow, I arrived in New Delhi sans sleep. It was only a few hours difference, but landing at 3 am only felt like midnight. I had a follow on flight to Srinagar booked, so I went to find the terminal. At first I thought the guy was trying to scam me when he told me to take a taxi, but being the seasoned traveler I am, I promptly ignored him and found the free shuttle bus. During the bus ride I learned why he said take ...
... effort involved in making one carpet (6 months to 2 years), and of-course all reflected in the prices of these carpets, which become a long term investment in itself.
We were also introduced to Kahwah Tea, a traditional green tea, consumed in the Kashmir valley, made by boiling green tea leaves, and with saffron, cinnamon, and cardamom etc., added to give us a refreshing jolt.
After a hearty dinner at the hotel, we dozed off in the arms of the Kashmir ...
The plan was to go to Jammu, spend a day and night there and then move to Srinagar. However Jammu is the most ****** town I have ever seen and also when looking for hotels they were expensive. So I decided to take a taxi car for 7 people and go immediately.
In Srinagar I contacted Bilal and his father Riyaz via couchsurfing and after 20 minutes I sat in their house drinking tea. The family consists of 3 children (2 boys 1 girl) and then Riyaz and ...