Royal Khazir Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... grand, but now is very much a case of faded grandeur. Sadly much of India seems to be a case of faded grandeur with very little maintenance or infrastructure development evident since the Brits left. The view is lovely with old cedar trees on the steep hills although we are just under the mist level. We have wifi for the first time for 4 days but still not any cell phone coverage as we are still in the Kashmir military ...
... here exploring the Himalayan valleys and mountains, tulip fields and and saffron farms. It all depends on the weather though as we are a couple of weeks too early and the road to the next place we want to go is still closed due to the snow. We went from 38 degrees to 15 in the space of one day so I'm also going to have to buy some new clothes! The internet access is sporadic here and I may be out of touch for a couple of weeks. One thing is for certain though - it's going to be a fun adventure here!
Srinagrar - The Kashmir Valley
Moving 450km west of the Ladakh region, traveling on a road tracking the stunning Indus River, one reaches the Kashmir Valley. The valley has two main towns. Jammu is Kashmir and Jammu's (K&J's) winter capital and predominantly Hindi, while Sringrar is this regions summer capital, second biggest town and predominantly Muslim. We decided to complete the Leh to Srinagrar journey in a Jeep, but again, this is doable in buses, mini buses and cars if you ...
... br> Our luck with Ramadan time continues as Srinagar is a majority muslin city so when we reached it it was the day before Eid - the last day of Ramadan.
So everyone celebrates and everything is also closed! We went for a drive around and it is like being in the military zone, armed soldiers everywhere you look - in the trees, on the roofs of the buildings, in the markets etc.
The city is at a very high altitude and consists of about 3 ...
... but miraculously, it just became soft and landed on the Guru, leaving the impression as is. The demon also succumbed to the great power of the Guru and got his pardon.
We finally reached the outskirts of Leh, and visited Spituk Gompa, 8 kms from Leh. Founded in the 11th century, it was the introduction of the monastic community in Leh. Unlike Alchi Gompa, this monastery, met our eyes, in exactly the way we had picturized any monastery to be.