The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar
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... from the oarsman but didn't get very far, he did point out lots of floating vege patches though and when we rounded the bend into Dal Lake I was reminded of the busy floating village on Boeung Sap in Cambodia. This is connected to the Tonle Sap which famously reverses flow each year in response to water levels in the lake.
There were no floating houses, temples, petrol stations etc on Dal Lake but there was a very busy trade in photo boats where ...
... hotels we looked at were either building sites or looked like murder scenes... Matt and I went for a walk after dinner and accidentally ended up in the middle of a kids party! We were looking for a temple but heard some music and so went to investigate. We realised that it was a kids party way too late - by the time we had we had been spotted and had about 10 adults gesturing for us to come and sit down. This meant walking right in front of the stage, we felt so bad for ...
... There are numerous barber shops on the streets, but I rarely saw anyone getting their hair cut. Dyed black yes, but cut, no. But the amount of people getting shaves and trims to beards was astounding, at least among the younger and middle aged men. The older men almost all dyed their beards orange. So grey hair on top, grey roots to the beard, and then orange. I asked about it but was only told its fashionable and looks good, there's no deeper reason. I'm interested to ...
All but the four of us who just got back from Ladakh, left early before the curfew to go to Sonmarg for an overnight stay. The four of us simply couldn't face batting back into a car and do part of the journey we did just yesterday. I tried to check my emails, but the modem was switched off. I assumed because as Ashraf said that access to the Internet was blocked. The same five uniforms, 2 police and 3 soldiers turned up about 7am and took their positions ...
... shaped oars to row them and each shikara seats up to six people.
Dal Lake is the second largest lake in Kashmir, covering an area of 18 square kilometers and surrounded by a shoreline of 15.5 kilometers. The lake is famous for its unique bird life and is used for fishing, recreation and the famous "floating gardens" (aquatic vegetables are grown commercially on Dal Lake). Surrounding Dal Lake are the glorious Himalayas. Sadly, the lake is now in danger of ...