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... As soon as we made halfway across the lake, we were hit by touts in shikaras!!! They were selling jewelry, chocolates, flowers, ice cream, and just about everything else!!! They would talk to Kim and say they were sure she would buy. I laughed! They didn’t know Kim!!! If she wasn’t interested, she was not going to buy!!!!!
Once we got to a bridge, we could see men and boys swimming in the water. Some of the braver ones would go up on the bridge and ...
... snacks served if they hang out there, so they do. Weird. Back into the jeep. The next stop is a Hindu temple situated on a cliff's edge. This isn't one of those Tibetan monasteries that looks like it was created by a combination of divinity and erosion, but the idea is similar. We climb to the top and enter the tiny temple room itself. It's maybe 12 by 12 and ancient. A six foot stone lingam (phallis shaped stone) stands in the center of the chamber. Inside a Hindu ...
... he was an amazing class clown and nerd..at the same time. Chris and Sue had met while working in Dubai, and with Chris having moved to Delhi, they decided to come hiking together. We got close to these two friends well and I so value both their friendships. Chis is hosting us in Delhi once we leave Srinagrar.
Once everyone was assembled, we crammed into jeeps and headed east on the 3 hour road trip to Sonmarg, the base of our trek.
The Group of 30 was made up of ...
... would you recommend? And he somehow sold me on spending 5 times my weekly budget on one week up in the north. So I'm now in Srinagar, living on a houseboat by myself. ( remember how I like mountains, he showed me pictures of mountains ) Sure, the price gave me a flight up north, taxis to and from the airport, accommodation and free food for 7 days. But what I'm I going to do here for 7 days without spending anything on a trek or a ...
... probably, we can call it SFC), which though did not meet KFC standards, yet ensured Chell's taste buds were revived.
We had decided to take some rest and leave at around 4PM, to look at what the valley had to offer.
With snowy mountaints at its backdrop, Sonamarg is opened up for tourists sometime in May or June, when the snow melts, and gives way to a fresh green coating of grass. We did feel the green freshness all around us like a ...
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