Shahenshah Palace Hotel
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... able to go in, we are not sure what for and for how long. Since water is still rising, it is likely more difficult still to get there. So after a long walk, we came back to the resort shortly passed 13:00 with nothing to do in terms of tourist activities. I napped until 15:00 while Barb got busy reading and just staying in the garden. Then I read for the a bit and Barb came to meet me. Eventually, we went out to have dinner and found only ...
Our room is still dark as we start to stir. It's cold. On a scale of 1-10, this room would be rated "*******" cold. Our first sight of the day is the cumulous puffs of our own exhale. We savor the warmth under our Princess and the Pea-proportioned quilt tower while we cut through the daze and remember where we are. Removing our earplugs brings it all back into the focus; the song of prayer is back on the air; Allah the hits, Allah the time. The cold be damned, we're ...
... shopping between two boats. The jewellers had all of their wares wrapped in flat paper packages and neatly arranged in a briefcase. I can't imagine how they knew what was where, but the system did seem to work. Alex found a gorgeous amethyst ring to replace the turquoise ring she lost somewhere in Delhi, and I bought a lovely present for Kath's birthday. It was hilarious and such fun to shop like that! We returned a different way, this time passing the village ...
... 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 ...