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... me and Kirsty have a lot of love for eachother, I did not like this or his eyes when he said it, was it a threat?. How had he seen anything about me and Kirsty he is not my facebook friend (I've now fixed this problem). I still felt nervous and knew I would not feel happy until I was sat safe on an airplane. Airport security at Srinagar contrasts Indonesia rather drastically. First the car is rigorously checked, under the bonet etc and luggage goes through scanners and us through ...
... 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 ...
... and that, in fact, I was not being scammed, it would've been quicker and I wouldn't have had to wait for the shuttle bus. The domestic "terminal" isn't a different terminal at all, but another airport, in another part of the city, 15 minutes away. Still having my lounge access card, I headed to the lounge for free coffee and breakfast while I waited for my flight. As the flight began to descend into Srinagar, in the Kashmir region, I immediately noticed the military ...
This morning we made it to the National Park and it was a great day. Park entry is restricted and Ashraf had organised permits. There were hardly any people there at all. They have a breeding program for leopards and black bears so we could see them in their enclosures. We went for a longish walk after wards and ended up by a river where Carolyn, Miranda and Barbara had a dip in the icy cold water. There is also a big trout farm, where Ashraf tried to buy some ...