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... the other boasts 11 tiered terraces featuring ostentatious water fountains and rose gardens and all kinds of trees. Against the backdrop of the stunning Himalayas and a blue sky, the effect was breath taking - and very serene. As we explored, we met groups of school children and visitors very keen to photograph our family. My kids are getting used to posing for complete strangers! Everywhere we go, Kashmiris are thrilled to meet us ...
An early start to avoid the heat, but not early enough. We visited the Shiva Shrine visible from the houseboats. a scholars rode, then some people walked up the hill and others were driven to the top. I walked half way and then got on the bus. A police checkpoint and Heavy security at the base. No phones or cameras allowed. 240 steps up to the little shrine perched on top. Inside a ????? was dispensing blessings while the supplicants moved around in a ...
... and viewing window on the left of the main door.
A police guard at the door asked where we were from and was quite surprised when we told him America. That’s unusual. "I haven’t seen and American here in 15 years", he said. Well, today was his lucky day!
The namesake for this mosque, Mir Syed Ali bin Shahab-ud-Din Hamadani (Persian: میر ...
... steeper terraces and gorgeous views of Lake Dal with its solitary immersed archway. They are located on the eastern side of the lake and is the second largest (Shalimar is the largest) Mughal garden in the Kashmir Valley. Like Shalimar, the Nishat Bargh is laid out as a broad cascade of terraces lined with Chinar and cypress trees.
Mushtaq was going to take us to another garden but we decided that enough was enough. We were hot and we knew we had to do a tour ...
... relieved afterwards to be told that all the dangerous sections were out of the way, and indeed the roads were pretty good after that, with just a few minor hold ups. However we had been delayed enough to mean we couldn't make it to Leh by the time anticipated (10pm) and the driver suggested stopping the night in Kargil, and doing the rest tomorrow. Given that he would have been driving for 14 hours we thought that was pretty reasonable, but to our amazement all the other ...