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Travel Blogs from Gulmarg
... the locally produced saffron for about 20% of the cost here in Australia. This from a roadside shop which sold, herbs, and dried fruit. We were "invited" into the adjoining store to "just look, no need to buy". I stood with a group of locals watching an Indian cricket game which was on TV. Yep, another world cup game. I had a great ...
... was doing its duty with all rigour. We had to walk about 2 kms to reach the base of the Gondola ride, that would take us to the peak. We did have the alternative of taking a horse ride, but we felt safe in our feet on the ground, and walked slowly, with horses crossing us occassionally.
By the time we reached the base, we were stunned by almost a km long queue, in the blistering heat, waiting for the Gondola ride.
Our guide, hooked us with one ...
... India and it was not a good experience at all :(
Back to the ticket station and the queue is stills bad . Then our guide came and asked one of us qto join the ladies queue ....I jump out of the car and followed him. There was no queue there at all where else the other queue was packed. My first time buying tickets here. There were men at our queue but our guide push him away telling him it is a ladies queue . Even so they were crowded in front of me ...
... relieved afterwards to be told that all the dangerous sections were out of the way, and indeed the roads were pretty good after that, with just a few minor hold ups. However we had been delayed enough to mean we couldn't make it to Leh by the time anticipated (10pm) and the driver suggested stopping the night in Kargil, and doing the rest tomorrow. Given that he would have been driving for 14 hours we thought that was pretty reasonable, but to our amazement all the other ...
Alex and I got a day of skiing in and then he and Dave left and went south again while I stayed on at Gulmarg After two nights in that shithole above the restaurant I went looking for something a little better and stumbled across what is one of the most memorable, interesting, and enjoyable guesthouse I've stayed at anywhere in the world. It's called Raja's Hotel and its hardly more than a tumble down shack in the middle of the higher ...