Grand Mumtaz Srinagar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cold.. Trekking a mountain is always challening. Its teaches us perseverance- when we reach point of no return, there is no option but to make through the journey. Travelling itself is a teacher of humility, humility in asking for a way, for an answer, for what we are seeking or being in mercy of who guides or feeds us, seeking light in darkness of unknown. :) (P.s.I hope to find internet one day to publish these posts. I don't know when. Living the journey for now. Good ...
... ok but we both had the odd moment when we felt we had made a mistake and this was a bad idea. The next day Today in the morning we went to go to an internet cafe but the family insisted we go with Sahid. We have not left the boat without him which is a bit annoying and makes us wonder if it is really safe here for us. We had only seen one other tourist. Today I also realised that in his guestbook no one had mentioned trekking which seemed odd. Also the story about the tourist attacking ...
... and the world had ripped at the seams.
Because of their prominence, Akbar was kidnapped at eight-years-old, and then again at twelve.
Also at twelve, he was recruited by either the police or the Taliban (much smoke, many stories, sorry) to identify the ethnicity of corpses killed during the bombs and violence. After the second kidnapping he was sent to Delhi for his own safety, but there he was abused physically and, if I understood ...
... on our phones and planned to have a banter with him later. We woke him to pay and also played back his deep rumblings to him. Not sure how to handle himself we teased and teased until eventually he confided in us saying he has been up until 4am the night before at a wedding and had a serious dancing and food hangover, and pleaded for us to be less mean. The thing is, weddings go on for 4 or 5 days and he planned to make the best of it over the period. On our forth and final day ...
... varied experiences of hikers, bikers, local and international tourists, I have always wished to undertake a journey of my own to this assorted gift of immense natural beauty.
Coupled with my wife's passion for photography and a keen interest in capturing varied landscapes, it was high time to convert the wish and dream into reality.
Though a bike ride through the valleys would have been the best experience had decided to take a group ...