Shahenshah Palace Hotel
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... t expect connectivity for another few days. Barb's flight from Delhi is on the 15th, so she is a bit nervous. As for me, I would prefer to wait things out than go back to Leh, if I can afford it and if it is not for more than a week. I have five weeks, at worst, so it is plenty of time. After dinner, we walked along the main street to check an internet cafe Barb had seen opened. We talked to the manager, but he doesn't know of any internet cafe using a ...
... also stated we'd actually stop for lunch and every hour. We resolved to ride with lights on and to slow down if we lost from view the person behind. These orders were sensible and we rolled out with a sense of confidence, only to come across a locked gate blocking the road, causing a 5km backtrack. More evidence that this route was not well planned, perhaps not even ridden before, by 'The Colonel', as the Kiwis unaffectionately now referred to him.
... host. Here the people's concerns, whatever they may be, we can't tell, seem to supersede any curiosity about us, so we pass through all but unnoticed. Descending the stairs on the other side of the complex we find something interesting at the bottom; three sheep on a cement platform munching, among other things, the yellow rice. The platform was obviously placed there for this purpose, but we learn that the sheep were not. They're just local sheep who know there ...
... 150 Euros! I know that's a lie but the clock is 5am, in New Delhi, alone, with all my stuff, in a not so friendly neighborhood. So we go through the options. 1. Take train/bus straight to Jaipur and stay longer there. 2. Go to Agra then Jaipur and then back again to the Nepal border. Everything is booked up for the next 3 days on all buses and trains. Double ****. Again, I doubt strongly that its true, but what can I do. So I ask ...
... in nature, yet offers a strange merger of nature and human existence, resonating a peaceful co-existence in Kashmir.
During our stroll, we also came across Kala, Rajiv as well as Mr & Mrs Prakash, all catching a piece of the early morning misty air as well as a chance to witness a glorious sun rise.
With a few fishermen, trying their luck, in the early hours, the lake was a charm in itself.
We were on time for breakfast at ...