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... for the current architecture and social fabric.
Srinagar (the capital of Jammu and Khasmir), is a quaint city: somewhat aged with strong feudal traits and underdeveloped by western standards. Dusty and narrow streets with some areas of choked traffic which is now a standard item. The town is featured by a number of photos in the gallery and highlighted later, we enjoyed our walks around the city and the local area near the houseboat.
... he was taking us to. Kirsty remembered we had read about this site in our guide book and it was something like Jesus's tomb So she said "Jesus's tomb". The guy said Jesus is not here (I can't help but think "sorry Jesus is not home at the moment") and this is a Muslim place and Jesus is not coming back until the end of the world and even then he is not coming back here. He said we could go see it, hell we did not want to see it in the first place and luckily it was locked. Sahid wanted ...
... Of course he is deee-lighted to see us. Yvette has already moved on to her next location; an Indian wedding in another city. There is no bad blood between Michael and us even though Steve had to tear him and Yvette a new one back in Gulmar. It was actually the event that produced the only legitimate belly laugh we had seen from Akbar. Both Michael and Yvette work in marketing research and polling for the Australian Tourism Board. Given this, and ...
... Astounding. We sang, and watched a birthday tradition similar to us screaming when we cut to the board. Indians grab the cake once cut and feed each other birthday cake. Also, all "important" people attending the celebration and the birthday person themselves have icing squashed all over their faces. Party karate :)
Day 7: Chill Day
We had visions of enjoying a sunny day by the lake, playing cricket... this was not meant to be. For all the perfect weather we ...
... own beds and the stunningly beautiful lake.
We returned to Srinagrar after our trek and stayed our remaining 4 Nights with John Goona on his Murthanda Group of houseboats on Dal lake. Paying one quarter of the price that we paid on Nageen, we certainly downgraded in comfort. But the upgrade we got in our host was truly something special. John and his family are warm, kind and protective. Their cooking incredible and their ability to host and just allow you to relax, unrivaled. ...