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... I took his and the group's stupidity seriously and quit. Last time I saw him was helping load him into the ambulance. He was alive then, hope he still is and remembers every day what happens when you race on the street - the modern Highway of Death that is the 30 no less.
We arrived at the beautiful Nagin Lake in Srinegar, where we stayed in the idyllic Khilona Houseboat hotel. Nagin Lake is connected to the larger Dal Lake to the east by ...
... a bit of reading I was convinced - everything about Kashmir sounded like much more of an adventure! Ironically I had told my dad just a couple of days before that I wouldn't be going to Kashmir (and hence couldn't buy him a safire...) as the foreign office said that tourists shouldn't go. On reading though, there hadn't been any troubles for a while and it seemed safe enough... And so further north we went!
We first took the most uncomfortable bus I have ever been on - ...
... for northern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan. And Pakistan and India have been fighting over Kashmir, to say nothing of the several decades of separatist violence. The locals of course also speak Kashmiri and you have a smattering of Hindi, mostly from southern Indian tourists who even use English when talking with the local Kashmiris. And like most extremely conservative Muslim areas, getting alcohol is extremely difficult, but hash is plentiful and there are no end to ...
The plan was to go to the National Park in the morning at 8 , but it was raining . Waited till 10, then Ashraf decided to postpone it. Instead seven of us went to the museum. 50 rupee (around $1) entrance fee and no photography allowed. A shabby place, but they seem to be close to completing a new building. The first room had interesting carved stones and tool from archaeological digs, the second was a motley large collection of stuffed animals ...
... the weather and the air around us, getting colder, as we get deeper into the valleys, and inturn the Himalayas, the group was getting increasingly excited and anxious of every turn on the road, every peak around the corner and every glimmer of roaring streams or waterfalls that we pass.
We reached Sonamar just before noon, and found ourselves nestled within the peaks. Though we were going to stay here only for a night, we knew in our hearts, that ...