Hotel Zahgeer Continental
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... cold.. Trekking a mountain is always challening. Its teaches us perseverance- when we reach point of no return, there is no option but to make through the journey. Travelling itself is a teacher of humility, humility in asking for a way, for an answer, for what we are seeking or being in mercy of who guides or feeds us, seeking light in darkness of unknown. :) (P.s.I hope to find internet one day to publish these posts. I don't know when. Living the journey for now. Good ...
... He was sorry and started with the good and bad things that sometimes bad things happen to good people which seems to contradict his last babble. Back at the boat we told him we have to leave. I felt terrible doing this, all the lies and letting him down but our safety comes first. At first he seemed a bit shocked but ok and asked if I would call my mum for more info. He gave me his phone. I called home and got Tim who I told a package would be arriving from India and his response was ...
... below fits together. This was where I first appreciated the sheer size of the water bodies feeding this city life.
And finally we were off, saying our goodbyes to John and the family we hopped into a rickshaw and made our way to the airport. It is run like a military base and I really battled to comprehend and allow for all the number of security checks. There were a number of these: on the road before entering the complex, on the ground before entering the building, 4 ...
... to our expectation of a chill breeze welcoming us, we were jolted by the scorching sun which reminded us of the fact that summer is summer everywhere in India.
Once out of the airport, we were greeted by our Tour guide (Bashir) and drivers of two SUV’s who would take us through the valleys over the next few days.
Already 5PM, and we were wondering as to how we would be covering the itinerary for the day.
But, being peak of ...
... Ayub lives with his wife and three kids, a long garden lawn that stretches to the lake. The garden is shaded by several massive trees, that once were part of the same property, now own by the rich neighbor who raised a big brick fence in the middle. On the side floats a spacious, quintessential Kashmiri style boat. It is a bit run down from the outside but inside is full of character, antique furniture, Kashmir silk&wool carpets, hand made tapestries on the walls ...