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... a small pear during the day, we left for dinner just past 17:00. I was hoping for the pizza place to be open, but unfortunately, only the Hat Tricks restaurant and its associated bakery were still opened. So we ate there and Barb got a plate a vegetables in the same spicy sauce as yesterday's butter chicken that I had. I took tandoori chicken, which she had last night, still overcooked and ...
... leave the airport. Our new guide welcomes us with a warm hug, and is eager to get us settled into our new home for five nights - two houseboats side by side on Lake Dal. One has four bedrooms with private baths, and the other has three, so that each of us can have private accommodations. The houseboats are a romantic notion, and in their heyday I am sure they were splendid accommodations, but the tourism business in Kashmir has fallen away since 2001 and it ...
... fun to look and they are so polite and un-pushy! Dinner was a full Kashmiri meal tonight which everyone enjoyed again. And now I'm hoping for a better night's sleep as the noisy neighbours are gone: we have plug-in mosquito repellents operational as well as extra blankets for those who felt the cold last night. Plus I've dosed up the girls who have suffered slight runny noses. Now it's just the comforting sounds of life around the lake. ...
We were supposed to go to the Shiva temple on top of Shankaracharya Hill, but once on the bus the driver told Ashraf that buses were not allowed on the windy hill road leading to the monastery. Instead we went to the Nehru Botanical gardens while Ashraf's brother tried to organise cars. No cars when we finished so ...
10/7 Kargil to Srinagar by private car 195 km
Noor Guest House – 400 Rs
EVERYONE WAS ANXIOUS
Breakfast at 6:30 and we were on the road out of Kargil about an hour later. Kargil was just waking up. Local people who camped by the river were just getting out and about. We presumed this camp was not their only home. We zipped past several unmanned check-points and ...