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... 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 ...
... prove their manliness by kicking themselves in the turban and then goose-step back. Amongst all this the flags are lowered and taken away, there's a bit more fist shaking and then the gate is closed. What I can't work out is how all this is meant to lower border tensions! The ironic thing is that when we arrived the gate across the border was actually shut and the first soldier had to slam it open (almost knocking his commander out) just so that they could close it again?!
... 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 ...
... orange beards became the fashion. I went to go hiking for several days in the famed Vale of Kashmir. And being India, it was a long start. After getting up for my "7 am" departure, I was brought to the "cousins" (everyone is related, FYI) houseboat to meet the other two girls for the trek, Noga and Ravi from Israel. We were then given breakfast, further pushing back our departure. After finally getting our guy to get going, we were finally on the road...to make several ...
... verandah. They basically watched the river traffic and warned any passing shiksaras not to go past certain points. They also made sure we stayed put. It was so hot by noon that we would've want to go anywhere anyway. In the morning the usual people dropped by, the flower man, the laundry man, the rubbish pickup and we had a friendly visit (no sales) from the jeweller. After a while we started chatting to the soldiers. They were very friendly, but ...