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... India's cricket bat industry. Had a good lunch just before going through the Jawahar Lal Tunnel, which was 2.5km long. Needed to stop before the tunnel to take my dark glasses off as the Enfield's lights aren't much good. In the afternoon we climbed up through forests to Patnitop, a hilltop settlement where the Brits used to escape when it got too hot in Delhi. Our hotel was called the Hotel Subhash Palace. It was ...
... Moon in English) was Habba Khatoons earlier name. She was daughter of a peasant who got her married to an illiterate peasant boy (Habba) . Zoon was ill-treated by her mother-in-law and husband as she spent most of her time in poetry and singing. Dejected by her plight she approached "Peer" who changed her name as Habba Khatoon and presumed her as the queen of Kashmir. The emperor of Kashmir Yousuf Shah Chak (18th century) ...
... there we saw a long queue of people waiting to board the Gondola. The queue was snaking around and was easily a couple of km long. Apparently, online booking doesn't guarantee anything. You still have to go there and collect you tickets and stand in the line. The worst part of all this is that, if you shell out a few bucks to the guide, they will get you close to the front of the line. It's a major scam. We followed the rule and stood in the line, and realized that ...
... buttery delight melted into us.
We drowned the breakfast with a cup of Ladakhi tea, which to our surprise was made with a mix of butter, milk and salt, but yet it gives a tingy tangy tingling feeling, that refreshes the soul.
We left the hotel early, and were on our journey to Leh. The mountainous landscape never stopped amazing us, and always kept our eyes wide open, as it constantly changes and offers us surprises when we least expect.
... do not consider themselves as Indian though, so do not refer to them as Indians.
We were taken to the Dal Lake where we'll spend our next two days in Kashmir on a houseboat. Our houseboat was called the New California houseboat. There are gondolas, which the locals call it shikara, to ferry tourists and locals alike to/fro the jetty to the houseboat or to the villages located on Lake Dal. Which is why the Dal Lake is called the ...