Royal Group of Houseboats
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... prove their manliness by kicking themselves in the turban and then goose-step back. Amongst all this the flags are lowered and taken away, there's a bit more fist shaking and then the gate is closed. What I can't work out is how all this is meant to lower border tensions! The ironic thing is that when we arrived the gate across the border was actually shut and the first soldier had to slam it open (almost knocking his commander out) just so that they could close it again?!
... trying to sell it to you. Which continues my love / hate relationship with (tribal) Muslim areas. Personal history aside, it's the no (or at least underground) drinking and lack of interaction with the women that are the negatives. But, away from tourists spots, the people are very friendly and inviting, know how to treat a guest, and they have a rich culture and festivities. Kashmiri men take a lot of pride in their beards. These aren't long, bushy beards, but short ...
The plan was to go to the National Park in the morning at 8 , but it was raining . Waited till 10, then Ashraf decided to postpone it. Instead seven of us went to the museum. 50 rupee (around $1) entrance fee and no photography allowed. A shabby place, but they seem to be close to completing a new building. The first room had interesting carved stones and tool from archaeological digs, the second was a motley large collection of stuffed animals ...
... choked by weed and algal blooms. It appears this is largely due to waste water run off from the many squatters' huts located around the rim of the lake. And indeed the intense green murkiness of the waters testified to high nutrient levels. The Indian government is spending around US $275 million to try to address the eutrophication problem but locals are pessimistic about its success. Signs saying "Save our Lake", "Save Dal Lake" were erected everywhere. We saw ...