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... little hike in the fields around the hotel with Akbar's wife and the kids. We have worked it out with the kids; Steve's "rubber pencil" lessons still have all the wallop they packed at the orphanage in Cambodia and Julie is simply fascinating to the girls. She WILL tickle a strange child. Know that. The walk is fun and we gambol through the lightly wooded hillside. Julie, as is her wont, picks up a walking stick from the path. Then Steve picks one up ...
... to the next in line, as part of the gradual ascent towards the peak.
We reached Stage 1, the Kongdori Valley, nestled between the mountain peaks on either sides, a perfect representation of Kashmir and what was in store for us.
We relaxed there for quite some time, enjoying the views around us, while Kala, Shaila and Vijaya, grabbed their husbands (Ravi, Rajiv and Prakash respectively) to get transformed and merge with the locals by ...
... hold on to them. Down the slope we went . It was fun !! Even my mom joined in the fun. Next we were told we have to slide down on our own.... Wwweeeeee........ That was real fun! Wish we could do it a few more times .
We snow ball fight too . Our sledge pullers joined in too and I was bombarded the most . Maybe I was
After all that excitement we had Kashmiri tea at the local tea shop. The tea was a great welcome and it taste so good too with cardomon ...
... partners to leverage his prime piece of real estate into a real deal hotel, his nine person shack provides him with all he needs financially while being small enough that he doesn't have the headaches of a larger operation. He doesn't fuss over the money and the guests are largely left to the honor system when it comes to settling their bills.
The TV set in the common room is always tuned to either animal shows or professional wrestling and Raja, when ...
... heading further through the deserts to reach Spituk, crossing Magnetic hill, where your switched off vehicle will be pulled up the nominal slope by the magnetic forces in the area due to magnetic field, we reached Leh at 1 in the afternoon.
And so we were in Leh, finally!
And today I realized, Himalayas were not all neat and snowy but instead it was muddy and rocky!
Route – Srinagar – Sonmarg – Zoji ...