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Coming to Kashmir has to be one of the best decisions I've made. Srinagar is quite an odd town but the setting is just amazing. We spent a few days in Srinagar exploring. Auntie M - you'd be proud, we spent a whole day seeing various gardens created by the Mughals about 500 years ago. The Mughals called this area 'paradise on Earth' and it's easy to see why. The gardens were beautiful in the most tranquil of settings - on the edge of a large lake and surrounded by the Himalayas. We also ...
Well after a bout of the flu and a cold a d some altitude sickness everyone is almost healthy. And because its a special prayer day for the monks my English lesson was cancelled. So instead we walked around town and saw so e really pretty views its the first clear day so I can see the tops of the mountains. It's the most beautiful sight I have seen. In the daycare today I got to teach a lesson to the kids about animals and the contents. It was so much fun to see how they were ...
... on top of hotels and all of them are painted in bright clashing colours. To find your way to the house I am staying at you have to go down the steep overgrown stone steps past the school (where we have been volunteering -- Painting mostly), then you have to take a left across the foot bridge, take a right at the yellow building with the red pipes, stumble down a set of stairs until they end, follow the dirt path around the tree then jump the small ravine and ...
... may be good at negotiating a high price or steering you to a friend's shop where you can get a "great discount".
... the main road again, we walked back towards our hotel and settled in to use some rare wifi internet at one of McLeod Ganj’s many cafes. Having had little access for weeks, it was nice to be able to answer emails, call family and friends back home, and (ahem) finally get down to writing some blogs and posting some pictures for our adoring fans (you!).
The next morning, we got up early to head near the main temple and wait for the Dalai Lama ...