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... this anymore, I felt bad and nervous and like my brain was mash potatoes so we resided to our room for the night. We started to get paranoid, there was so much bad feeling that we began to wonder if they were angry as they had something else planned during our trek, maybe a deal with kidnappers it seemed plausible given the reaction. The next day Everyone was a bit calmer today. A few digs but ok. The mum seemed happy. She wanted pictures with us in traditional Kashmir dress which ...
... I had no idea what was going on, as usual!
I arrived in Amritsar by night bus and the weird and wonderful continued to flow. The weird first of all - I went to see the nightly closing of the border between India and Pakistan. Rather than just a quiet 'goodnight' and shutting of a gate this is now a huge spectacle which so many people come and see that both countries have put up stands that seat a couple of thousand people. After some spontaneous dancing to ...
... including a hand luggage empty out and a bag identification process. I honestly got through to departures feeling molested and like my personal space and privacy had been invaded. I have to admit, getting on that plane after this airport experience actually made me excited for Round 2 of outrageous Delhi. If at first you don't succeed.... You know the rest. Hahaha. Looking forward to keeping an open mind and seeing Delhi through different eyes with some local support holding our hands this time.
... 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 ...
... actually are. For the first two/three hours we had to stop every 10m!!! Breathless, exhausted, huffing and puffing, suffering the altitude!! 4 hours of mountain climbing, through beautiful forest like landscape, sharing the trek with goats, horses, donkeys and local people. Most of the locals were impressed by the fact we were hiking carrying our bags and without a guide. That's when we found out most people do hire horses to carry all the equipment and a guide to lead ...