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... in its own place and time its not carried with you. A captain hindsight here. If we had gone to Chandigarh and we were contemplating visiting Armistar as everyone keeps saying how wonderful it us but its to close to the Pakistani border for our liking which people keep saying is silly we would have been in Armistar for the bombing on the 2.11.14 at the boarder. We would have been fine but unsettled again. Were sorry for the trouble we caused Sahid and sorry for the lies, were sorry that our time there turned into what it ...
... exploring the Himalayan valleys and mountains, tulip fields and and saffron farms. It all depends on the weather though as we are a couple of weeks too early and the road to the next place we want to go is still closed due to the snow. We went from 38 degrees to 15 in the space of one day so I'm also going to have to buy some new clothes. The internet access is sporadic here and I may be out of touch for a couple of weeks. One thing is for certain though - it's going to be a fun adventure here!
... Lake (where we are staying) is on one side. We stopped at the Mosque of Shah Hamadan - a typically Kashmiri mosque built of carved wood with a sort of Japanese-style roof and steeple instead of a done. This one can hold 40-thousand people at a time, and I felt creepy knowing this was the site the Pakistanis had hidden before holding the Hindus and Christians of the city to ransom. Susheel then took us on a tour of the city and its ...
... more non Indian tourists than the whole time we've been here. Americans, Taiwanese, Israelis, Russians and now Koreans. In the afternoon we visited a papier mâché workshop and a wood carving/ furniture establishment. The papier mâché process was fascinating and the showroom like Aladdin's cave. The wood carvings were intricate and beautiful. I am very much tempted to buy a nested set of ...
... Shalimar Mughal Gardens (Shalimar Bargh) were the first gardens we visited. Built in 1619 by Mughal Emperor Jehangir for his wife Nur Jahan, the gardens are located on the north-eastern side of Dal Lake.The layout of the Mughal gardens reflect a strong Persian influence and indeed were very reminiscent of those we saw during our trip to Iran in 2011. Most of the gardens have a similar design with terraced lawns, fountains, pools and cascades, interspersed with flower ...