Hotel Heevan Pahalgam
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... we told him it was safety concerns we would then have to argue all night as he would say its safe. We had spoken a lot to him about safety concerns. In the end I came up with the idea that I had received an email from my mum saying my dad had been in a bad car accident and I had to go home, family emergency who could argue that. We booked our flight back to Delhi we were suppose to fly to Chandigarh after but if he saw our flight to Chandigarh then he would know we were lying and ...
... in our entire group, huddled on a massive rock cheering each of our members in for the day. The atmosphere and gees (for non South Africans this is a word used to describe a positive vibe and attitude) was immense. We were definitely cooler with us singing until our voices couldn't anymore. We spent the evening in the main tent celebrating Santas birthday. Miraculously, with only a pressure cooker and some gas, the cooks emerged with a freshly baked cake, iced with "happy ...
Most of us started to walk towards Pahalgan whilst the bus was loading up. It eventually caught up with us half way there. The walk was easy and most enjoyable with great views. The bus trip back to Srinegar was rather long. The highlight was going past an area with many cricket bat manufacturing plants with big stockpiles of clefts. ...
... sheer delight. We could see the peaks of the Pir Panjal range (part of the Himalayas) with all its full family, the white clouds floating around like big fields of cotton. Then suddenly the jolt -my camcorder wasn't working. I took a lot of pictures on my digi cam but my handycam would not work at all. I tried my best but no way. I was very upset to face such a situation at the very beginning of our tour.Anyway we landed at the Srinagar air port ...
... a two way street apparently.
We were left nearby the river at the house of Moin’s best friend. There we joined him at the tv to watch some Jackie Chan influenced Bollywood movie whilst having lunch. We went out, dropped by some neighbors that offered us more tea and eventually went towards the river. Climbing up a dam some fifteen minutes later we got a look at the river. It’s shallow but ...