Hotel Sun Shine
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... in the area we were dropped at by our driver, if we are to believe the locals. We are told of one resort hotel 1-½ km further, so we decide to walk there. It is far from being a resort, but it is clean enough with a huge inner courtyard, which pleases Barbara. So after bargaining from 1500 INR down to 1000 INR per room, we decide we are going to share one. Kind of weird to share a room with a perfect stranger, although we have talked a lot of ...
... of thin strips of water between floating fields of lillypads. It really was a magical experience the next day to sit in a little boat paddled along at a slow pace, silently slipping past locals casually dangling a line hoping for fish, others testing the depth with long poles, another sieving some type of green plant into a pile on the deck of his boat... none except what looked like a water policeman had an engine. As we went along I tried to learn ...
... to be a little concerned given the sheer volume of force but somehow we're less concerned about the dangers of having these uniformed soldiers shouldering guns than we are with our own USA "stand your ground" rednecks and fanatics having them! On this ride, as on every ride, we are regarded by the locals with a mixture of wonder and welcome. We arrive at the shrine and, while Michael and Akbar run some errands, We walk up the 200 or so steps to the shrine with Fire ...
... first thing thrown at me. I should've gone to Leh, because it was halfway there we went today. But the thing is, no matter where I go, I want people. People to watch, people to speak to, people to connect with. I'm a good loner when I'm surrounded by people. I haven't spoken to anyone since I left Sweden last Wednesday morning and I'm going crazy. And I have been thinking about everyone I miss. Everyone I've met during ...
... us to Sonamarg, about 90 Kms from Srinagar, another 3 hours drive.
Sonamarg would be our first stop, in our journey from Srinagar towards Kargil and Ladakh.
The drive itself is spectacular, with us winding through valleys, and the tributaries of Jehlum river following us, all the way through.
After treated with yet another round of immense beauty, we reached Sonamarg, the Meadow of Gold, located at about 2800 metres above sea ...