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... the views were out of this world. Once i'd stared in awe at the scenery for a while, i embarked on the 15 minute walk to the gondola ticket booth. Anyone who knows me, will know i'm not a fan of spending money, and the gondola ride was expensive. It's split into two sections and cost 600 R (£6) and 800 R (£8) respectively. I know that seems cheap to everyone back home but it's a lot when backpacking this part of the world, trust me. But even i know when to put my hand ...
... he was taking us to. Kirsty remembered we had read about this site in our guide book and it was something like Jesus's tomb So she said "Jesus's tomb". The guy said Jesus is not here (I can't help but think "sorry Jesus is not home at the moment") and this is a Muslim place and Jesus is not coming back until the end of the world and even then he is not coming back here. He said we could go see it, hell we did not want to see it in the first place and luckily it was locked. Sahid wanted ...
... Akbar, who booked the ticket, says that because we have multiple carriers, we're switching in Jammu for Delhi, they'll screw us. He says, in perfect Akbar form, "Listen to me, my man will be outside in five minutes. You come to my house. We have a warm bed for you." This isn't a money thing, he's just taking care of us.
By the time security hustles us to the front door of the small airport, Akbar's man is there.
Everything is very hurried ...
... much stress. We remained well in tune with the regions "situation" constantly checking news and with locals. I'm so please to say that the Kashmiri Valley which is scarred by a violent reputation is not what you read about. Srinagrar and its people are incredibly beautiful and I'd urge any traveller to head to the Kashmir Valley if the situation allows.
As you enter this unique city, the first striking thing about it is its amazing water which creates a serene, natural and ...
... German. So lots to discuss, luckily the conversation hits more than just the usual name, coming from/going to chats that become old news in hostels. We are lucky that the home stay here is owned by genuine, caring locals and very welcoming. The owner himself an avid tracker in the mountains but unable to join our trip. His wife is a bit quiet and doesn't always understand but her food is yummy ...