Hotel Shaneel Residency
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... would ask questions, offer him chocolates but nah.. he seemed as dry as the soil here. I thought, may be its because of so much turmoil happening in this area - Jammu is near Pakistan border. This state has face lots of violence , terrorism etc for past many decades. Most city offices are military run - Ramesh told me. As soon as we reached Katra, we started hiking up hill to Vaishno Devi. Its one of the holiest shrine of Hindu goddesses. Vaishno Devi is manifestation ...
... evening. Third mistake should have booked flight for now. I knew we were safe, the mother was angry but a good person she would not let anything happen to us and Sahid knew we had told people in England and here where we were staying it would be a one way ticket to jail but people don't always think logically. The cook came round and again started on us about the sudden change of plans, all of a sudden no one cared about my poor father and everyone was still getting paid. I couldn't ...
... pulls it out of the bag to show us. We meet Akbar's sister-in-law who, now divorced, lives in the home with her kids. She is wide and maternal and, having already bathed the children, we watch as she massages Moroccan oil in to each of their hair in a ritual that is more affection than grooming.
After things slow down around the house Akbar, Julie and I step out into the cold for a smoke. Julie stays around for a bit but between the ...
... we know it), paper mâché everything (elephants, Shakaras, house boats, mini dresser sets, entire mosques even), clay pot making, beautiful wood carving, Persian carpets, copper carving, silver black smiths etc etc etc. The skills are unbelievable, and the product stunning. The region is also famous for its saffron, but we have been told finding the good stuff of this is almost impossible for someone inexperienced. Also, there are beautiful cricket bats and delicious nuts and dried ...
After about a week of milling about in Leh we decided to move on. Lewis and I were getting seriously fed up of India by now and the strikes following the bombing had led to warnings in strongly Buddhist areas...Leh happens to have the highest population of Tibetan Buddhists in India! It was ******** and we wanted to leave! We decided to push our flight to Bangkok forward 2 weeks and booked a flight from Srinagar to Delhi for 15th July. Although it was a bit of a ...