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... the boarding gates which involves further metal detectors and x ray machines. I had to empty the content of my bag into a tray and have each item checked. The military woman who checked it was large and broad with a fixed frown. I have an odd bag content and she had to enquire over some of the items, "what's this" ... "A doorstop you know security" frown still fixed "and this "a gps tracker", "this" "a hockey stick shaped inflatable travel pillow" not even a crack in the fixed frown, ...
... in that queue but apparently they were there for the protection of their sisters, wives, mothers etc.This meant that I was now even further back in the queue and had no hope of getting my ticket before the train left.It was the usual problem of 15 people crowding around the clerk, all shouting and waving money at them so that nobody was actually getting served. I made some tongue-in-cheek complaints to the guy behind me about it all and was lucky as he turned out to be ...
Kashmir Group of Houseboats is our flagship brand for world’s most
discerning travelers seeking authentic experiences given that
luxury is a way of life to which they are accustomed. Each houseboat
in our group reinterprets the Kashmiri tradition of hospitality
in a refreshingly modern way to create unique experiences and lifelong
Our houseboats also encompass a unique set of iconic ...
... to our expectation of a chill breeze welcoming us, we were jolted by the scorching sun which reminded us of the fact that summer is summer everywhere in India.
Once out of the airport, we were greeted by our Tour guide (Bashir) and drivers of two SUV’s who would take us through the valleys over the next few days.
Already 5PM, and we were wondering as to how we would be covering the itinerary for the day.
But, being peak of ...
Visiting Kashmir has been on my wishlist since l was last in India in the mid 90's. The seed was planted after meeting various travellers describing Kashmir as 'not like the real India' and 'you have got to stay on a houseboat on Lake Dal' followed by comments like 'been in India for six months and this was best'! Funny that, Kashmiris don't consider themselves as part of 'the real India' either! So with an air of excitement (Marta was sleeping) and the backdrop of ...