Shahenshah Palace Hotel
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... the glass, and left, thanking him for his understanding. I think he thought it was honorable to keep his rates the same, even without the services, because others in town inflated theirs to take advantage of the higher number of tourists. He kept mentioning his new generator he bought for $60,000 he bought to accommodate his guests. Barb's hotel lower their rates, at least for her, and that is where I would have stayed, despite the rock hard beds, had I known ...
... and Kaftan but is in no danger of being mistaken for one of the swarthy locals. Our first stop will be a local Muslim shrine. We pile into the jeep with the Aussies and Fire. Riding to the shrine, we get a longer look at Srinagar. The disheveled, downtrodden composition of the place presents endless fascination as horse drawn carts and chaotic markets crawl past but now we are noticing all of the armed troops on the street. This is a city prepared for battle. It's ...
... And how much I would go back to the time when I met them. Australia and my beautiful mates and their families down there. Thailand where I met the blokes who I'll hook up with again and again. Japan, that beautiful weird little country and the people I met there. Lets hope I can turn this ship around and make this another good memory. But what I've realised is; I'd rather be in prison with people I enjoy than in paradise by ...
... he was an amazing class clown and nerd..at the same time. Chris and Sue had met while working in Dubai, and with Chris having moved to Delhi, they decided to come hiking together. We got close to these two friends well and I so value both their friendships. Chis is hosting us in Delhi once we leave Srinagrar.
Once everyone was assembled, we crammed into jeeps and headed east on the 3 hour road trip to Sonmarg, the base of our trek.
The Group of 30 was made up of ...
... terribly tired. The other four couples found a veg restaurant just outside our hotel, and decided to fill their stomachs there. But with Chell unable to eat any proper non veg food for the last 3 days, we decided to walk further in the village, and were surprised to see a lot of non veg hotels as well. I did have a huge hearty filling of kashmiri chicken biriyani and mutton gosh, traditional favourites of the locals, while Chell stuck to the KFC version ...