Hotel Centre Point
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... out that just this week, Pakistan radicals were sending missiles into some bording towns near by. About 90% of the people are strict Muslims. We only left the airport for 6 hours to visit the town. On the way back we had to cross through three check points where they did full body and bag checks. I have never seen such tight security at an airport. I am glad we didn't stay over ...
... hooking under and pulling up for down shifts. The latter manouvre is somewhat chiropractic and particularly prone to missed gears. I'm happy to still be able to keep up with the front despite this handicap but wonder if a slow down shift at a crucial moment will rob me of the deceleration needed to avoid an accident. Another possibility is my getting distracted from traffic conditions by wrangles with the gearbox and having an accident. So the following day ...
... Lake (where we are staying) is on one side. We stopped at the Mosque of Shah Hamadan - a typically Kashmiri mosque built of carved wood with a sort of Japanese-style roof and steeple instead of a done. This one can hold 40-thousand people at a time, and I felt creepy knowing this was the site the Pakistanis had hidden before holding the Hindus and Christians of the city to ransom. Susheel then took us on a tour of the city and its ...
... cover our heads. In between there was shopping of course. Four of us wondered off through a couple of back streets, which were really pleasant, clean and quiet. We also had a look at New Srinegar city centre. Very busy, but clean with smart almost western looking shops. We even sighted a traffic policeman directing traffic at an intersection there. The only one we've seen since arriving in India. In the early evening we had a terrific thunder storm with spectacular ...
... 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 ...