Swiss Hotel Kashmir
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Free parking
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... plus I really liked her. She was so happy and I felt good. Despite what had happened yesterday I was happy to give it to her. She then clearly wanted to return the gesture and gave me some Kashmir tea with cooking instructions and me and Kirsty Kashmir head scarfs. I have to say thy are the ugliest head scarfs in the world. We then got in a car to the airport. as we did the cook turned up and said goodbye and that he found me on facebook, despite me giving an old email address and ...
... a bit of reading I was convinced - everything about Kashmir sounded like much more of an adventure! Ironically I had told my dad just a couple of days before that I wouldn't be going to Kashmir (and hence couldn't buy him a safire...) as the foreign office said that tourists shouldn't go. On reading though, there hadn't been any troubles for a while and it seemed safe enough... And so further north we went!
We first took the most uncomfortable bus I have ever been on - ...
... at two women playing cards and smoking. Apparently it's not something they see that often (or ever), I would've liked to stay in Kashmir longer for some more trekking and travel, but decided to make plans to move on to catch the end of the trekking season in a few more spots. For the last day we decided to go golfing. First we stopped for some coffee and decided to play a few games of cards. However, we were promptly stopped by the server as it was not allowed in a public ...
Today is a 'rest day' which means no organised activities. Ashraf offered to take anyone interested to the local vegetable market at 5 am and 7 of us got up for it. Never seen anything like it. All on water. The local growers brought their produce in shiksa rad and what buyers came in empty shiksa rad and bought the produce. They looked like wholesalers because they tended to buy huge amounts. A beautiful morning. At nine right on time the woodcarving furniture ...
... Enough said.
Our evening on our houseboat was wonderfully relaxing. Ramzan, who has worked faithfully with Mr Butt for more than forty years, brought us a sumptuous three course meal - all served with great flair.
The next morning Mushtaq took us on a tour of Srinagar city, the Mughal Gardens and local mosques. Srinagar is surrounded by the timbered mountainous country of the foothills of the Himalayas. After our trip to Pakistan and then Amritsar, ...