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... highest and longest cable car project, a two-stage ropeway to and from Kongdori Mountain.
Gulmar Gondola ride, happens in two stages, the first stage taking us from Gulmarg resort at 2,600 m (8,530 ft) to Kongdori Station (3,050 m) in a bowl-shaped valley, and the second stage , takes us to a height of 3,747 m (12,293 ft) on Kongdori Mountain.
Since we reached the base only at around 12, we were able to get tickets only upto stage 1. The ...
... us again to hold onto our things carefully . Went through a narrow passage and once we clear that half way he led us away - jump the queue to the front and to the gondolas... Must be some bribing going here. But we don't care as it got us there earlier .
Up the mountain and we hopped off at 1st stop . Here he advise us not to talk to pony be vendors and just follow him .he led us up some slopes and through rocky muddy path . Seeing how my mother and ...
... true and what is fiction, but there is something larger than life about the guy and I wouldn't be surprised if everything he says, and everything that is said about him, is all true. He's now somewhere in his fifties and has a face that looks hardened by battle but he has put all that behind him and now spends his days smoking hash, watching animal shows and professional wrestling, cooking dinners for his guests and holding court for the endless stream of ...
... Olisin halunnut tietää enemmän Kashmirin levottomuuksien taustoista, alueen historiasta jne mutta aina kun yritimme kysyä jotain, hän vastasi jotain aivan muuta. Hän kyllä oli oikeassa siinä, että maisemat oli erittäin kauniit ja järvellä oli mukavan rauhallista, tuntui ihan kuin aika olisi pysähtynyt. Kiersimme järven ympäri, kävimme Srinagarissa katsomassa valkoista moskeijaa ja soudimme pienen kylän läpi takaisin Alin kotiin. Kun tulimme takaisin laivalle, huomasimme että ...
... and we set off toward the centre of the Lake Dal, also called Sona Lank or Lukut Dal, the lake of Lotuses.
White bearded mountains preside over the eastern end of the lake. The water´s surface reflects their grave bulk and the width of the blue sky above. Again and again the floating merchants try their luck but with a firm farewell they are set on their way again. Below the surface the aglea billows out in ghostly sweeps. Shrouds of greenish, feathery vegetation pollute ...
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