- Airport Transportation
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... had bought. I told them they could have it, the people could have it but they said that was not possible? He showed me the cooker he had bought. He should have already had that really but like I said I had agreed to pay. The tent they had hired. I felt genuinely bad for all the trouble they had gone to as this was our fault we should never had said yes until we were sure and had researched it but everyone was still getting paid all they were showing me was money I had wasted. It was not ...
... I wish I had stayed there as it looked a weird, random but very fun experience. Finally, they feed everybody who visits the temple, again for free. Apparently in peak times they can feed up to 150,000 people per day! It's a simple meal of daal, rice and chapati but it was actually really tasty. It's a massive operation, mostly staffed by Sikh volunteers, and possibly the first thing in India that I've seen that can be described as efficient. This isn't just efficient though, it's ...
... going about daily life on the trails: carrying brush for fires and use in their houses, herding goats, sheep, and cattle, and bringing goods from town. There were generally two types of camps. The first are more permanent dwellings. These are built use timber and earth into the hillside. The other camps / villages generally make use of wood, thatch, and tarp or cloth, and resemble tents or t-pees. The villagers are friendly and welcoming with some tea or local ...
What a difference! Our new driver was calm, friendly and an excellent driver. On the way we stopped at the Dras war memorial. Very well done and like all very sad. Scenery superb and we could take it in more calmly. Definitely a good decision to change drivers and well worth the money. As we got closer to Srinagar it was getting hot and uncomfortable. We phoned the houseboat when we got close and by the time ...
... staff bent over backwards to take care of us. This, on top of our $7.50 per day hotel was making our stay in Srinagar easy on the budget. Coffee-o-Day with its tasty $1.50 cappuccino was a fly in the (budget) ointment.
AUTO RICKSHAW TOUR FOR THREE
We scheduled a city tour through Noor Guesthouse; 700 Rs ($13.63) for stops at two Mughal Gardens, and three important mosques in ...