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... trouble before hand. So, the taxi ride to Srinagar took 6-½ hours. We stopped three times for a break along the way. The road crews were still repairing and clearing the road along the way from the numerous dirt and/or rocks avalanches and we got slowed down as well by three or four groups of sheeps also travelling on the main road, and finally by the incredible amount of truck trafic coming from Srinagar. We supposed it was to bring supplies to ...
... is not his real name - his real name is actually pretty western though he is Muslim but more in the way a Jack Mormon is Mormon) has joined us and breakfast soon arrives. Flat, freshly baked breads about ten inches around arrive in a stack along with hot cereal, oranges, honey and a hot pile of buttery, oniony scrambled eggs. The recommended prep is to heat the bread on the top of the wood stove, butter the **** out of it, scoop on some egg then drizzle some local ...
This morning we packed up our bags and reloaded them onto our Shikara, said goodbye to the Cherry Ripe and met Susheel on the other side of the lake with our driver Bashir. They took us directly to the Taj Hotel - built into the mountain across the lake from where we had been staying. The Taj is lovely with a panoramic view so stunning, it's like a backdrop from a movie. We took little time getting into bathers and heading for the 28-degree pool which ...
... came up with: One day on a boat around the lake. One day ride to a glacier and walk around there for a bit. Two days less here. And a jeep to Jammu, closest train station. 9h away. I paid 20000 rupees for for that. That's 250 euros. And the result? Boat trip was a hoax, it was pleasant the first hour but after visiting a garden I just wanted to speed up their oars, and not only that, they took a siesta around noon. They slept ...
The appropriately named Spice Jet took us from Delhi to Kashmir a name full of memories of the book a Kashmir shawl by Rosie Thomas which I recommend reading. The airport was a military zone and so no photos allowed and soon off we went through the streets. How do so many people fit onto the streets walking, driving, selling, cycling, biking and numerous little shops all with something to sell. The driver was determined to overtake as many vehicles ...