Hotel Sun Shine
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... India & Pakistan. In 1999 the same trip we're on came through here as hostilities broke out and some of the Kiwis on our trip were on that trip too. As they passed through there were Pakistani shells falling near them and the Indians were firing their artillery guns from right next to the road. Pretty dramatic. Fortunately all is quiet today although there has been a strong military presence all yesterday and today. The first 60 kms were on good ...
... Answer: if you're sane, never. Meanwhile, Steve and the guys head for a mountainous area where lots are being developed. Akbar, among his many business plans, wants to purchase some lots, wait for the electricity and sewers to arrive then sell them at a healthy mark-up. Michael claims to be able to access the capital required, but Michael claims, states, recalls, bloviates and rambles incessantly and Steve has already surrendered to a "whatever" default ...
... 11500ft) via Shekdur -11km
With the cries of CHELO CHELO (lets go, lets go), we begun the day with a steep ascent up from alpine Sonmarg and ventured above the tree line and into the open meadows where you can catch the most spectacular view of Sonamarg and the neighboring valley looking backwards. The streams, the meadows, the pines and the town are nestled to make a wonderful picture. We descended to Skekdur for lunch and chose to stop at a stream surrounded by ...
... to self preservation. One recurring theme of discontent is the corruption that seems to operate at every level of government, even ourselves we have seen local bus drivers give bribes to checkpoints as we bounce unsubtly through - the timid Sri****r driver included! Although to be fair, the merits of trading a handful of rupees against half an hour going through passports at midnight on a chilly mountainside might be forgivable.
Of the people we have spoken to in ...
... a relaxing walk back, right on time, for the taxi to take us back to the hotel.
We spent the evening relaxing on the gazebo outside, with warm cups of tea and coffee, before walking off to get a glimpse of a full moon hiding amongst the peaks.
After a hearty dinner in the hotel, we laid our tired legs to rest and our eyes and minds to take a break from the never ending task of capturing stream of images, scents and the best that nature was offering ...