The Lalit Grand Palace Srinagar
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I just paid your bloody import tax thinking it was for me" I didn't realise I needed to pay import tax oops. A call had been logged. I told him my mother's head was all over the place she was worried and scarred and I had to go home not that my brother was 25 pounds down. Then things turned a bit sour. He was angry. I told him I would pay as I know he has organised a lot that this is not a problem etc but I had to go home. The mum took us to the back of the boat and showed us the ...
Traveling seems to give me one weird experience after another at the moment.Last week didn't start to weirdly, just frustratingly. This is India after all! My guesthouse gave me a lift to the train station in order for me to get a local, overnight train to Bikaner, my next stop. However. the queue was out of the door and not moving. Somebody 'helpful' told me that I could use a much shorter second queue but when I joined it other people told me that was for women only! There was a lot ...
... including a hand luggage empty out and a bag identification process. I honestly got through to departures feeling molested and like my personal space and privacy had been invaded. I have to admit, getting on that plane after this airport experience actually made me excited for Round 2 of outrageous Delhi. If at first you don't succeed.... You know the rest. Hahaha. Looking forward to keeping an open mind and seeing Delhi through different eyes with some local support holding our hands this time.
... nearing the summer’s solstice, days were long, with the sunrise at around 5.15AM, and sunset at around 7.45PM only, blessing us with more time to take in the best.
After quickly dropping our luggage in Hotel Paradise Gateway and freshening ourselves, we embarked to address the itinerary for the first day, within Srinagar.
Our first stop was at Shalimar Bagh (Abode of Love), built by Mughal emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan, and which ...
... I eventually tried it on back home in Australia.
To our delight we also found an airport liquor shop and Alan managed to stuff a bottle of gin, a bottle of scotch and a number of cans of tonic water in his hand luggage (tonic water we were surprised to find out, was extremely hard to find in what we thought was the Home of Gin and Tonic). The young woman checking the x-rays of our baggage could barely hide her amusement when she saw what Alan had packed in ...