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... lifes and there isn't much choice but trust each other. Fortunately, there are one double hard bed, and one softer couch which Barb chooses. After settling in, we headed back to our drop point where I saw one open restaurant. I'd say about only 5% of shops are open. This restaurant is a pizza place, something I had been craving for, for a while now. They had satellite TV on and the news of the flood is all over it on NDTV, a Delhi english TV station. ...
... from the oarsman but didn't get very far, he did point out lots of floating vege patches though and when we rounded the bend into Dal Lake I was reminded of the busy floating village on Boeung Sap in Cambodia. This is connected to the Tonle Sap which famously reverses flow each year in response to water levels in the lake.
There were no floating houses, temples, petrol stations etc on Dal Lake but there was a very busy trade in photo boats where ...
... By now, the cold morning had warmed up to another stunning, hot (but not blistering) day and we got in a van to drive around the old city of Srinagar. All around are stone houses which formerly (prior to 1990) belonged to wealthy Hindus who were forced to flee after the Pakistani insurgency. They now lie abandoned and in a sad state of disrepair, just a shadow of their former grandeur. The city lies across both sides of Jhelum river - ...
... day would be well spent and the night a comforable sail through, inspite of the wooden rooms we were allotted, with cold air seeping through the gaps.
Practically inaccessible during winters, it is only during summers that these hotels, and the many shops find business in these regions, especially with the Amarnath Yatra just under a week ahead.
After dropping all our luggage in the hotel, we walked off to get a quick grab, as all of ...
... more non Indian tourists than the whole time we've been here. Americans, Taiwanese, Israelis, Russians and now Koreans. In the afternoon we visited a papier mâché workshop and a wood carving/ furniture establishment. The papier mâché process was fascinating and the showroom like Aladdin's cave. The wood carvings were intricate and beautiful. I am very much tempted to buy a nested set of ...