Hotel Centre Point
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... be too many passengers for the airport's available flights, or we'll need to turn back and come back to the resort. Either way, Barbara is running out of options. Going back through Leh is only an option until tomorrow evening, timewise, and neither her nor me want another very long day in a car or bus (it's at least a 14 hours ride). So tomorrow morning, we'll get up and pack and hope for good ...
Today was supposed to be more organised because the Kiwis had taken control. We had a briefing at the start, saying no one passes the leader and that S* (a Kiwi originally from India who runs 5 restaurants in NZ with his brother D, also on the tour) would lead the ride in tandem with Manoj, the deposed tour leader. Hilariously, Manoj managed to hit the deck twice with S on the back! They were riding in mud so it's somewhat forgivable plus Manoj has short legs. ...
... fun to look and they are so polite and un-pushy! Dinner was a full Kashmiri meal tonight which everyone enjoyed again. And now I'm hoping for a better night's sleep as the noisy neighbours are gone: we have plug-in mosquito repellents operational as well as extra blankets for those who felt the cold last night. Plus I've dosed up the girls who have suffered slight runny noses. Now it's just the comforting sounds of life around the lake. ...
Made it to beautiful Srinegar, Kashmir. Clean(ish), beautiful and only 28degrees. A car trip to the lake, then by Shikara for the houseboats. We met Ashraf's family who are all very friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately Ashraf overbooked and 3 of us singles ended up in an "annex", the must have borrowed or rented a small houseboat and moved it next to their two. Put a couple on wobbly planks between them. It is small, shabby, airless etc. the other 2 are spacious and beautiful. NOT ...
... Moghul costume photo op dress-up was popular with visiting Indians. We had to snap a few of our own and some of the ladies were delighted to have us join them.
A Persian founded the first Mosque in this region in the 1300's
We piled back into the rickshaw and zipped west over the jetty to Srinagar’s old town. Mothers with children and invalids sat outside the white ...