Welcome Hotel Srinagar
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... made for me at a very reasonable price, and the tailor brought the first fitting tonight. They are going to be great! We spend today exploring historic Sri****r. Like the houseboats, it has seen better days. There has been great conflict between the Moslem majority and the Hindu minority, with buildings burned and people killed or driven out of their homes in an effort to cleanse the city of its Hindus. ...
... ible! I don't think it would be possible in the UK. Unlike other "free" places I have been, all around the world, there is no pressure to donate financially to any of this. There are discreet, unmanned boxes around the area but there's no signs or people telling you how much money it needs to run or asking you for donations. I had also picked up some mild Delhi belly and so Matt and I took a dip in the sacred lake, as many Sikhs do. Now, I have to admit that I was slightly nervous ...
... hilarious games that I will not bore you with the rules... But involved a lot of running, singing and dancing. And sore abs by the end from all the silly laughter.
Day 8: Gangabal (11,500ft) to Naranag (7,450ft)
This was a tough and nostalgic day as we descended sharply, with pressure on the knees and ankles. The arid mountains turn to meadows and then to the alpinous forests. We got to the bottom, had a celebratory drink and jumped into the jeeps to head back ...
I departed Amsterdam and headed to India. After a stopover in Moscow, I arrived in New Delhi sans sleep. It was only a few hours difference, but landing at 3 am only felt like midnight. I had a follow on flight to Srinagar booked, so I went to find the terminal. At first I thought the guy was trying to scam me when he told me to take a taxi, but being the seasoned traveler I am, I promptly ignored him and found the free shuttle bus. During the bus ride I learned why he said take ...
... nearing the summer’s solstice, days were long, with the sunrise at around 5.15AM, and sunset at around 7.45PM only, blessing us with more time to take in the best.
After quickly dropping our luggage in Hotel Paradise Gateway and freshening ourselves, we embarked to address the itinerary for the first day, within Srinagar.
Our first stop was at Shalimar Bagh (Abode of Love), built by Mughal emperor Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan, and which ...