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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... 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, ...
... celebrating our efforts with some chai another storm passed us and we were treated to a truly spectacular lightning show, easily one of the best I've ever seen.
The next day I took a train 30km out of town for another experience that 'weird' just doesn't seem to quite sum up. I went to a temple (standard) that was filled with rats (much less standard). There are something like 20,000 rats living in this temple and it is considered auspicious to eat food that a rat has ...
... company. On the plus side, you can say you have one booked as they'll drop their rates, so you can get a bargain, especially during off-season, but you need to make sure you do your homework on what it should cost to make sure they're not cutting corners. For example, one guy offered me such a "deal" that I don't even know how it would've covered food costs. I'm sure the additional "extras" would've been added on later. Touts aside, as it's pretty mild in Kashmir, the ...
Today is our last full day. In the morning Jude & I took a shikara and a tuk-tuk & went to Dalgate shops. Jude to pick up some photos she had printed & I to go to an Internet cafe to check-in. Wanted to make sure I got an isle seat. Back in time to see most of the others go out to lunch ...
... actually are. For the first two/three hours we had to stop every 10m!!! Breathless, exhausted, huffing and puffing, suffering the altitude!! 4 hours of mountain climbing, through beautiful forest like landscape, sharing the trek with goats, horses, donkeys and local people. Most of the locals were impressed by the fact we were hiking carrying our bags and without a guide. That's when we found out most people do hire horses to carry all the equipment and a guide to lead ...