Welcome Hotel Srinagar
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... but filling. We came back to the hotel and talked to 10 young Indian fellows who think the airport road will be open tomorrow. This was also confirmed by the couple and their son who were told that 12-18 hours from this evening. So we will be going with them in their 12 seaters bus, leaving at 10 AM. The worst that can happen? The road will still be blocked by water, or by trafic, or ...
This is kashmir. A place caught in between countries, culture and religion. History hasn't been great here, but the people seen to have adjusted. Like most places in the last few decades the problem stems from Islam. The traditions and beliefs are different from what the countries laws are. I'm afraid things won't get better. The new prime minister Modi is Hindu, he has been accused of killing Muslims ...
... in the dark. It was beautiful seeing all the little shops in the lake lit up - and exciting to pass so much lake traffic as lots of boats made their way home. Tonight before dinner, a jumper salesman arrived in our lounge room. It's such fun having salespeople come over unannounced and show you their beautiful wares. Sadly, despite the excellent quality often soft cashmere and pashmina jumpers, nothing took my fancy. But it's ...
Thanks to Kala's intense description of the sunrise at Dal Lake, we made sure to get up early, so as not to miss Srinagar at Dawn.
5:15AM - Sunrise time, but by the time the golden rays touch Dal Lake, it would be around 5:45AM.
That gave us enough time to have a stroll on the borders of the calm waters of Dal Lake.
The reflection of the hills on one side and the budding town on the other, both on the wide spread Dal Lake, ...
Made it to beautiful Srinegar, Kashmir. Clean(ish), beautiful and only 28degrees. A car trip to the lake, then by Shikara for the houseboats. We met Ashraf's family who are all very friendly and welcoming. Unfortunately Ashraf overbooked and 3 of us singles ended up in an "annex", the must have borrowed or rented a small houseboat and moved it next to their two. Put a couple on wobbly planks between them. It is small, shabby, airless etc. the other 2 are spacious and beautiful. NOT ...