Mughal Sheraton Group Of House Boats
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Had a terrific sleep in till about 10.30am. Got up, had breakfast then relaxed. Life was great.
We went for a row on the lake and went to have a look at the shops on the other side. Mick, Steve and Mary did some stretching. I wanted to do mine on the roof but out Pharrens arrived.
The locals put kangas or winter warmers under them. We took …
... truck drivers are crazy and overtake around blind corners and there are sheer drops off the edge. We have to be very, very careful, use the horn lots and be prepared to stop at any time, often with only half a meter between us and the drop. All a bit hair raising! As we near the bottom the Vale of Kashmir opens up with its beautiful greenery, cedar trees on the slopes and lovely waterfalls. The town at the bottom is called Sonamarg and is sometimes ...
... enrich our callow conceits, they want to move to America and BE us. Before politics have been fully mulled over Steve throws one of the great bomb jokes of his life. One of the locals lists Kashmir's bordering neighbors as Afghanistan, Pakistan and China and Steve quips, "Hey you kids could work a great Israel thing here!" Needless to say, this room full of observing if not obsessive Muslims isn't into pulling a great Israel thing. Steve would like think Lenny ...
... The climb for the day was over much to our relief, and we stopped for lunch. We all removed our shoes and enjoyed dipping our feet into the FREEZING cold water which was melting directly off the snow peaks above us. Lunch was definitely a highlight for me everyday. We were given our lunch in the mornings after breakfast and by 11am your tummy could not wait to reach the lunch spot.
The trail began sloping down into a meadow lined by Silver Birch trees and a few shepherd ...
... hours brought us additional joy as our friend explains with great gravity that this dangerous occurrence was the fault of a Thunderbird. "A thunderstorm?" we offer, but no - "a very big thunderbird" he remains adamant. Unfortunately, just as we manage to stop giggling he then swivels around again and informs us that this area is very good for seeing Snow Leopards in the spring as they come down off the higher slopes to hatch.
Pulling into Srinagar around 6am, we ...