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... rather than letting others keep up with me and it got so bad the bunch I was with went through the 2.5km Jawahar Tunnel separating Jammu and Kashmir without stopping to register our passports! This is because we'd forgotten to stay behind, or didn't realise we were in front of, the leader! Both options mean we're **** at group riding. If we'd done the right thing the leader would have stopped us at the passport office. Another reason to be grateful we're not ...
... I wish I had stayed there as it looked a weird, random but very fun experience. Finally, they feed everybody who visits the temple, again for free. Apparently in peak times they can feed up to 150,000 people per day! It's a simple meal of daal, rice and chapati but it was actually really tasty. It's a massive operation, mostly staffed by Sikh volunteers, and possibly the first thing in India that I've seen that can be described as efficient. This isn't just efficient though, it's ...
... t go into that part of the city late at night anyways. The police and military are pretty heavy handed in Kashmir, creating a lot of resentment from the locals. Srinagar is famous for its houseboats on the lake, and even if you already have a place to stay, people will not stop giving you offers. I also booked my hike, as Kashmir is supposed to have spectacular scenery. And again, touts will still try to get you to go with them, after you told them you already booked ...
Today is our last full day. In the morning Jude & I took a shikara and a tuk-tuk & went to Dalgate shops. Jude to pick up some photos she had printed & I to go to an Internet cafe to check-in. Wanted to make sure I got an isle seat. Back in time to see most of the others go out to lunch ...
... there and Mr Butt and his houseboats feature both in the film series and the resulting publication.
Butts Clermont Houseboats are moored on the western shores of the beautiful Dal Lake, the most famous attraction of Srinagar and around which the city is built. They are located next to an old Mughal Garden "The Naseem Bagh" believed to have been built by Emperor Akbar and which accommodates some very beautiful 400 year old Chinar (Plane) trees.