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... and field. It had channels running certain directions along with the current. We did some fishing but came out empty handed. The mission was to go to this island they call Jesus island. They say Jesus spent years meditating here. I suppose this was during his forgotten years between 20 and 30 when he apperently went to Kashmir and studied budism so the story goes. There are also theories which suggest Jesus came and spent the rest of his life after crucifixion ...
... ear of corn put on coals by the fire) and the kids are always enthralled to see white people. The earthen houses are very simple affairs. You hunch down under the entrance, and to the right is the communal bedroom / living room / and kitchen. Ahead, and separated by some logs and earth, is the space for the cow or other large animal. And to the left is the room for additional livestock. This way everything stays warm by the fire (at this time of year it was already in the ...
... English so conversation was limited. They liked having their pictures taken and wanted photos with us and were very relaxed. As soon as they heard their motor boat approaching they would scramble to get their hats, guns and stood by the railing looking important and alert. There is a heat wave and the temperature must have reached 40 degrees. Most unpleasant. The day passed slowly, but we were relaxed and needed the rest. That is until Javed connected ...
Thanks to Kala's intense description of the sunrise at Dal Lake, we made sure to get up early, so as not to miss Srinagar at Dawn.
5:15AM - Sunrise time, but by the time the golden rays touch Dal Lake, it would be around 5:45AM.
That gave us enough time to have a stroll on the borders of the calm waters of Dal Lake.
The reflection of the hills on one side and the budding town on the other, both on the wide spread Dal Lake, ...
... been like.
Each houseboat was given wonderful grand names such as Rolex, Neil Armstrong, Royal Palace, Shalimah Palace, Crystal Palace, Mahjong, Jamaica - although the standard of the boats varied enormously from over imposing to shoddy and "sinkable-any-minute". In light of this, Lonely Planet Guide gives ample warning about booking houseboats "Don't pre-purchase houseboat packages. Never book in Delhi. Thoroughly check out houseboats in person before agreeing ...