Hotel Tridev

Katra, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Katra

Repairing The Tata!

A travel blog entry by p45


... was missing and the whole lot was flopping around. it had probably been loose for while but fallen off on these rough roads.
Luckily he still had some cable ties in his back pack and he managed to rope it together and get us on our way again. The driver was so happy that we got it going. A few Indian shop keepers were a little suprised to see a tourist crawling around under this car getting dirty and even more suprised when we managed to drive off again.
Big relief!

Kashmir. Wild Cannabis and Soldiers

A travel blog entry by p45


... but the bed was made, it was 700, then the top floor, the room was
even smaller, it was almost clean and it was 900 rupees.
In the end we found some pretty nice villas and after a lot of negotiation (almost an hour) we stayed there for 500 rupees (down from 5500!!!).
It was a good sleep and very cold as it was in the mountains.
We left early and continued on our journey towards Srinegar.



A travel blog entry by p45


... see the sharp contrast of the mountainous region compared to the relative flat of what we had just been driving. The river was red with soil from the hills.
somewhere around here there were the five Indian soldiers shot by the Pakistani army the day before.

Jammin to Jammu

A travel blog entry by michellendave


... s presence. This is a Muslim area that Pakistan feels should be part of Pakistan. At the time of Pakistan/India separation, the local Muslim leaders preferred perceived autonomy under India as opposed to a loss of power and influence if absorbed into Pakistan. The lines were drawn accordingly and there has been tension ever since.

We got our coveted seats and the bus moved ...

Lost, Crashed, Damn Near Crushed

A travel blog entry by yamahuh


... and hopped off.

Standing expectantly beside the road, Tim couldn’t miss me. But 15 minutes later there was still no sign of him. Where was he? Surely he’d had enough time to come back by now? Had he kept going? Had he turned around on the other side of the bridge and taken the road towards Pathankot? To make matters worse, there was no way that I could contact him. I had a phone but he didn’t. I wasn’t even sure if he knew where we ...


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