Hotel Zahgeer Continental
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... another world cup game). I had a great time in talking (in somewhat broken English) with these fellas about Australian cricket and some of the Indian icons. Many laughs were shared and I think we generally understood each other. Cricket is a very universal language and what can't be said, can certainly be demonstrated. I think everybody understood my Shane Warne and Steve Smith impersonations. Many photos of this region are in the photo ...
... car could comfortably house 6 adults, and would take us to stage 1 in about 10 minutes. As we slowly swayed in the cable car, looking at the snow capped mountains ahead, we also noticed a trail below, which was dotted with enthusiastic hikers, who were beating the heat and the heights.
We relaxed in the cable car for a while, absorbing the beauty surrounding us, and greeted by rows of pine and chinar trees, and it seemed like, they are handing over ...
... cautiously walking he led my mom by holding her hands. Half way through met up with some guys pulling sledges and they help us up the slippery slope. Turn out those sledges were our ride.
Those 4 guys pulled their sledge with us on it .we feel pretty bad for them pulling us especially I'm not a lightweight either. One we reach the top they showed us some stunt with their sledges. Then we were told to sit on the sledges again this time they sit in the front ...
... eating and generally enjoying just being together in such a beautiful place.
We were sad when the time came round all to fast for us to head back to reality, and arriving back in Srinagar was like coming back down to earth with a bump! The weather was miserable, the streets were as busy and dirty as we remembered and there was even more hassle than ever! We popped back into Lhasa for another helping of their momos, only to have an absolute nightmare - mixed in with the ...
... swing through his tiny guesthouse to pay homage and drink tea with the legend.
He is the most unlikely guru in South Asia in that he doesn't preach or seek followers or even think of himself as any kind of holy man yet people flock to him just the same. He exudes the contentment of a man who has found his place in the world and wants nothing more from life than to be left alone to "make good enjoy." Though he's had plenty of offers from ...