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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... carried by 4 men). Some people were climbing even without shoes. But the path was paved neat and clean so did not seem dangerous. But walking 14 km on a hill non-stop bare foot is not a joke. I wish I could describe this 14 km hike to the top. At one hand, we were dead tired. Ramesh had twisted his back early this morning, probably due to bad sleeping posture from his train journey . Yet he was walking swiftly. We took several tea and snack breaks. We walked whole ...
... 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 ...
... we thoroughly enjoyed was witnessing the trading at the early morning vegetable market. We got up at 5:30 and headed out on a Shakara in the slowly rising sun through the maze of canals on the lake. The lake was so calm and the bird life fantastic. Then, all of a sudden we popped out into a clearing and... Pandemonium. The veggie farmers barter furiously for the best deal, with arguments and tempers flaring on the water. It's really phenomenal to watch despite feeling like a ...
... in offer over the next few days.
Nearing the departure to Srinagar from Delhi at 3:15PM, we positioned ourselves near the designated gate.
We were surprised, when two gentlemen approached us and enquired whether we are on the Thomas Cook tour. On our confirmation, they exchanged expressions of "We Thought So" and told that they were also in the group. The gentlemen were Rajiv and Ravindranath, with whom we exchanged greetings and introductions, ...
... at first...) and the houseboats. We prebooked a couple of nights at the interestingly named 'Swiss Hotel' owned by a Swiss born Kashmiri called Rouf. We spent the next couple of days wandering around the old city, visiting various gardens, mosques & aquainting ourselves with the city. Marta has had an upset stomach for much of the time & can't seem to shake it. Whatever she eats seems to come out ten times faster than it was consumed and normally at an ...