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... but I understand it is very fulfilling. Unfortunately the centre has never confirmed my application even after subsequent emails requesting the same. So I am going to turn up on the hope that I am on the course or there is a cancellation or someone doesn't turn up. Either way it's not the only reason to travel to Leh. This is trekking country, Himalayan trekking. I am well and truly amongst the western Himalay where the giant peaks hit ...
... I tried talking about the trek and if it is safe and he just said yes of course. I asked him if he ever had any problems and he said only with the tourists, one attacked his friend with a knife and cut off a piece of Sahids ear, I think that's what he said. We got bored of talking about a god I do not believe in so we decided to go retreat to bed. I wondered if the trauma of such a bad flood had crowded his mind with all the good people and bad things happening talk which I ...
... booking as one of them has a swimming pool and all modern amenities while the other is not that good.
RK Sarovar Portico – RK Sarovar Portico is located next to United Nations head office in Sonwar Srinagar. The hotel offers 55 well designed centrally heated guest rooms and suites equipped with all modern amenities such as LCD Televisions, tea / coffee maker, well stocked Mini Bar, direct dial telephones, ...
... the busy streets and bazaars.
My last morning in Srinagar I awoke at 5am, as usual, to the sound of the Muslim call to prayer echoing across the lake from several different directions. I packed up Pablo, my motorcycle, and left Srinagar in a very different environment which I arrived - to quiet, deserted streets inhabited only by stray dogs.
... if we can change it to a flight as it would be much safer. Writing this i am journeying in a full 'pelting it down' traditional indian monsoon. (An experience right?!) This jeep journey is simply a continuous wall of water smashing against us and managing to remove the majority of sight from the road ahead. There's still plenty of swerving and honking so the typical driving technique is still followed precisely. I'm pretty sure the crack in our windscreen has got much bigger ...