Grand Mumtaz Srinagar
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... past. We will see. It would be easier if this part of the country was Pakistan but that is not the case. The city of Sri****r is a tourism hub for domestic tourists and an amazing place. Sri****r sits on the banks of Dal lake and the main draw here is the house boats. The guide books say when the British colonized this area they weren't allowed to own land. They build these extravigant house ...
... by the Mughals etc) and then went back to my guesthouse to avoid the worst of the afternoon's heat. It had been hovering between 36 and 38 degrees which I enjoyed 'complaining' about to my family back home over Skype but this came back to haunt me in the weirdest fashion. Soon after I was woken by my room door slamming in a sudden wind so I went out onto my balcony expecting to see some heavy rain or something (the monsoon isn't due for another 2 months) but instead of ...
... mâché and wooden faceted panelling, incredible. And hand painted with tiny gold and silver ornate designs.
We continued on, exploring the enterprising streets and seeing a few more sites and headed home in the late afternoon. On the way home, John stopped at a service station, filled up his car and demanded only this exact amount for payment for the days events. Overwhelmed with his generosity we stopped for ice cream on the way home as a treat and thank you.
... to our expectation of a chill breeze welcoming us, we were jolted by the scorching sun which reminded us of the fact that summer is summer everywhere in India.
Once out of the airport, we were greeted by our Tour guide (Bashir) and drivers of two SUV’s who would take us through the valleys over the next few days.
Already 5PM, and we were wondering as to how we would be covering the itinerary for the day.
But, being peak of ...
... etc.. are working textiles on ancient, almost medievil hand-run machineries. Certainly an experience to see how they work and yes... We bought a beautiful warm shawl!! Relaxing time at the houseboat was just what we needed but after a few days we convinced ourselves that some physical exercise was required. By talking to the locals and other travelers we found out that a trek to Gangabal lake, only a couple of ours north of Srinagar was meant to be breathtaking. Some ...