Dawn Group of House Boats
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... Kashmir) as it is considered an immoral activity (associated with gambling). Especially immoral with women. We arrived at the golf course and were told the fee by the people working the gate. There was a women's golf tournament going on, so we bought our entrance ticket (for the course, as we weren't members) and decided to wait at the restaurant with some coffee. At the appointed time, we headed down to pay and rent our clubs. Now, what was not communicated to us by ...
... and took some of us to his second warehouse where I ordered a set of nested tables to be delivered to Freo. It will probably take a couple of months to get them. Back to the houseboat and then Ashraf took a few if us to a couple of carpet places. I wanted a runner, but the ones I liked best were too long. In the end I bought.a tribal design. A but dark so I hope it will look O.K. Back at the houseboat and it is time to plan and get ready for our Ladakh trip ...
... temperature was perfect as we drove along the boulevard. We stopped to observe action on the Lake. Several boats were collecting water plants from the lake. Weeds from the lake are extracted and converted into compost for the gardens.
Large industrial sprinklers blew water in the air to address the eutrophication of the lake. The Indian government has a plan to spend million to reverse the ...
... now here is a 3-tent shepherd's camp - it may look sparse but these guys own over 2000 wooly grass-munchers - whose turn is it tonight to guard against roaming bears?
It was a beautiful walk up here. Kicking off with a steep ascent through shady pine forests, enjoying the views of rolling green mountains across the valley, the path levels off and we stroll through gently rolling grassy ...
... somewhat strange but rather lovely to to see lush moist vegetation.
Srinagar is the summer capital of the Indian State of Kashmir and Jammu. It is situated in the Kashmir valley and lies on the Jhelum River, a tributary of the mighty Indus which was such a familiar friend to us in Pakistan. The river divides the city in two parts that are connected by its nine famous bridges. It has a population of some 1.2 million.
Srinagar, once the darling of ...