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... carried by 4 men). Some people were climbing even without shoes. But the path was paved neat and clean so did not seem dangerous. But walking 14 km on a hill non-stop bare foot is not a joke. I wish I could describe this 14 km hike to the top. At one hand, we were dead tired. Ramesh had twisted his back early this morning, probably due to bad sleeping posture from his train journey . Yet he was walking swiftly. We took several tea and snack breaks. We walked whole ...
... we told him it was safety concerns we would then have to argue all night as he would say its safe. We had spoken a lot to him about safety concerns. In the end I came up with the idea that I had received an email from my mum saying my dad had been in a bad car accident and I had to go home, family emergency who could argue that. We booked our flight back to Delhi we were suppose to fly to Chandigarh after but if he saw our flight to Chandigarh then he would know we were lying and ...
... we thoroughly enjoyed was witnessing the trading at the early morning vegetable market. We got up at 5:30 and headed out on a Shakara in the slowly rising sun through the maze of canals on the lake. The lake was so calm and the bird life fantastic. Then, all of a sudden we popped out into a clearing and... Pandemonium. The veggie farmers barter furiously for the best deal, with arguments and tempers flaring on the water. It's really phenomenal to watch despite feeling like a ...
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Nearing the departure to Srinagar from Delhi at 3:15PM, we positioned ourselves near the designated gate.
We were surprised, when two gentlemen approached us and enquired whether we are on the Thomas Cook tour. On our confirmation, they exchanged expressions of "We Thought So" and told that they were also in the group. The gentlemen were Rajiv and Ravindranath, with whom we exchanged greetings and introductions, ...
... ie 4am! The real Kashmir experience was staying at one of the characteristic houseboats by the lake. They are numerous, some are located on Dal lake, others on Nagin lake, further north. It is hard to chose. We decided on Nagin lake for the relaxed atmosphere and sorroundings, searched the internet and found a good review of a houseboat called Mount View. We spent hours walking around looking for Mount View, asking the locals, some tried to help giving us directions ...