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... is evidence of wonderful architecture and a thriving commercial center. We visit several historic mosques and walk the streets of the old city this morning. We take a break for lunch on the houseboat, and then return to visit the famous Mughal gardens this afternoon. There are a lot of school children in the gardens, and watching them have a blast in the fountains is almost as interesting as the ...
... as the last thing I wanted would be to offend anybody (was this sacrilegious as I certainly didn't believe in Sikhism?) and we weren't exactly inconspicuous! Everywhere I have been in India people have stopped to ask me if they can have a photo of me. However, the first person who we spoke to in the temple said to us "you should think of this not as a Sikh temple but as your temple' and so we went for it. For once though, not one person looked at us as went for out dip! Plus ...
... and that, in fact, I was not being scammed, it would've been quicker and I wouldn't have had to wait for the shuttle bus. The domestic "terminal" isn't a different terminal at all, but another airport, in another part of the city, 15 minutes away. Still having my lounge access card, I headed to the lounge for free coffee and breakfast while I waited for my flight. As the flight began to descend into Srinagar, in the Kashmir region, I immediately noticed the military ...
... their summer residence. Now a public park, with the mountains in the back drop, a variety of flowers blooming with beauty, it was perfect for the group to relax, taking in the natural aroma of the Kashmiri valleys.
We then moved on to Nishat Bagh (Abode of Pleasure), a persian garden, built in the form of a cascade of terraces, necessitated by the topography and water source conditions in the valley. The garden commands a magnificent view of the Dal ...