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... cold.. Trekking a mountain is always challening. Its teaches us perseverance- when we reach point of no return, there is no option but to make through the journey. Travelling itself is a teacher of humility, humility in asking for a way, for an answer, for what we are seeking or being in mercy of who guides or feeds us, seeking light in darkness of unknown. :) (P.s.I hope to find internet one day to publish these posts. I don't know when. Living the journey for now. Good ...
... me and Kirsty have a lot of love for eachother, I did not like this or his eyes when he said it, was it a threat?. How had he seen anything about me and Kirsty he is not my facebook friend (I've now fixed this problem). I still felt nervous and knew I would not feel happy until I was sat safe on an airplane. Airport security at Srinagar contrasts Indonesia rather drastically. First the car is rigorously checked, under the bonet etc and luggage goes through scanners and us through ...
... questions and want answers and Michael was such gaping wallet that we weren't even worth the effort of attempting to extract more.
So, here we stand next to the icy lake, next to a car in the locked compound surrounded by corrugated metal. And here, as the smoke burns, then burns again, Akbar's story flows out. He leans his blocky body back against the car, draws on the smoke and lifts a brow muscular from harboring secret tears like Ann Frank in ...
... was also recommended to us from one of the men in the trekking group ahead, so we thought we'd give it a bash. We ordered green apple curry, made from famous Cashmiri apples. It was a really weird tasting dish, quite sour with the spicy and aromatic flavours of the curry coming through too. We complimented this dish with a safer mutton rogan josh (red colored curry), which was delicious. And of course, predictably assisted our digestion post the meal with some Kewar Cashmiri tea. ...
... the 'Top Sites' for Srinagar, as recommended in the Lonely Planet, is the Jesus Tomb. There's a theory that Jesus lived and died in Kashmir and is buried in a tomb in Srinagar. Andreas and I were really keen to see the tomb and the others were happy to come along and explore the area as well. After walking for a little while, we got directions from an arm guard to the tomb. We stood outside reading the sign which had some more information on the story when all of a ...