Butt's Clermont Houseboats
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Nevis, Scotland, which sits at 1,344 metres (4,400 feet) above sea level. It really took my breath away with the air being so thin at this altitude. Just the short scramble and wander around left me gasping. It makes you appreciate how hard it must be for people who climb the "eight thousanders". These being the group of peaks in the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges that are 8000 metres or higher, known as the "death zone". Mount Everest is one of these ...
... evening. Third mistake should have booked flight for now. I knew we were safe, the mother was angry but a good person she would not let anything happen to us and Sahid knew we had told people in England and here where we were staying it would be a one way ticket to jail but people don't always think logically. The cook came round and again started on us about the sudden change of plans, all of a sudden no one cared about my poor father and everyone was still getting paid. I couldn't ...
... and speaks.
His family began tourism in Srinagar decades if not centuries ago. His early work included leading multi-week hunting treks into the mountains. He is a hunter like all the men in his fmaily. He poached elk for some time years ago, killing, he claims, hundreds. When the **** hit the fan in Kashmir life changed for everyone. Back at the boat a couple of nights ago, one of his friends had described running from machine gun fire and ...
... us lazy or relationship builders ;), but Max and I had breakfast at the same tiny tin shack of a restaurant just by our house boat every day. The tiny place has 4 wooden tressle tables with plastic chairs, and serves food on plastic plates and in paper mugs. The tv in the corner blares bollywood music videos. With such an enthusiastic owner and staff who cannot speak a word of english, we just loved this place's vibe. By day 4 our aloo Paranthas and chola were put in front of ...
... 6 guys turned up. They made it very clear that they didn't want us to be there and when Nathan started to question them further they ended up getting pretty damn hostile and one of them pretended to shoot a gun at him. Needless to say we left the area pretty sharpish!
It wasn't all bad though. Lewis and I went on one of the little shikara boats around the Dal lake which was nice...mainly as a break from all the crazy horn beeping. And the Kashmiri food ...