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... about 6 hours or so. At times, people beating drums and chanting "jai Mata di " ( hail to goddess) passed by. That energy people dissipated was recharging and motivating enough to walk further on. Before reaching threshold of collapse, we made it to our shelter. Its a pilgrimage shelter up on top of the hill. I have never ever slept like this so feels strange. I look forward to wake up tomorrow and see this place in day light. Right now, sleeping under 100 blankets. ...
... lying was not an option plus we only wanted to see a rock garden there and were toying with the idea of visiting armistar a city with a golden temple but a bit close to the Pakistani border. We left and I pretended to be sad and distant. He picked up on this and on the way home asked if everything was ok with my family etc. I told him, I think I acted well as when i am a bit nervous I stumble over my words which makes me look choked. I'm not proud of this lie surrounded by so much ...
... as much as I could and hoped for something to be healed, but I just couldn't muster the thought of getting in in the cold with no sunlight.... so much respect for the 7 who did that day.
We climbed down with the orange of the sunset reflecting on the fresh snow to create almost an orange metallic reflection on the lake. It was memorizing, and felt like there was some sort of godly presence.
We got back to camp and played "dog and bone" and 'my big fat pony' to warm ...
... onlooker as you and all the other tourists queue on the market edge to enjoy the interactions.
We climbed Shankaracharya Hill to reach a small Shiva Temple on top. The hill is thickly forested, and the drive up is wonderfully beautiful as you catch quick glimpses of the town and experience the ad hoc sun patches as the light comes through the leaves. The temple is disappointing, but this setting is a great way to get a birds-eye-view of Srinagrar and better understand how ...
... time, their spouses, Shaila and Kala respectively, had also joined us. All of us were eyeing for other couples who looked like they were also searching for their group members, but could not find any. Within a few more minutes, we found the remaining couples, seated next to us in the flight anyway.
After just an hour, we entered the Indian state of Kashmir, and landed in Srinagar (summer capital), to our surprise greeted by a blistering 31 degrees ...