Grand Mumtaz Srinagar
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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 ...
... the jeep driver came round who would be driving us to the start site. He said he treks aswell, seems odd that he treks but ok. We didn't like him, he sat and starred at us and had an unpleasant feel about him and dark eyes. We began to feel a bit dodgy about the decision we had made to go. In the evening sahid was incredible intense, he was all over the place. He smokes pot but it has an effect on him I have never seen. He switched from topic to topic couldn't focus spoke a lot and ...
... below fits together. This was where I first appreciated the sheer size of the water bodies feeding this city life.
And finally we were off, saying our goodbyes to John and the family we hopped into a rickshaw and made our way to the airport. It is run like a military base and I really battled to comprehend and allow for all the number of security checks. There were a number of these: on the road before entering the complex, on the ground before entering the building, 4 ...
... us pinned by the mountain range behind us.
We experienced the sensational beauty of the Kashmir valley, first hand, with the sun setting over the Dal Lake, taking us back to the Mughal era, when these gardens would have literally felt like heaven on earth.
After the Mughal garden experience, we were taken to a Carpet factory, where we were shown and explained the intricacies of the art of carpet making, the finery of the designs, the magnitude ...
... the right trek!! Oops... too late and we can do it ourselves, no problem!! We finally reached the peak of the mountain and the views are like anything ever seen. So picturesque and unique. We weren't expecting to see such green pastures, snowy rocky peaks, long rivers and the forest below us at 4500m above sea level. Lake Gangabal was our destination and we made it... After 7 hours walk and with a little bit of help from one of yhe locals who carried our bags for the last ...