Mughal Sheraton Group Of House Boats
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... past. We will see. It would be easier if this part of the country was Pakistan but that is not the case. The city of Sri****r is a tourism hub for domestic tourists and an amazing place. Sri****r sits on the banks of Dal lake and the main draw here is the house boats. The guide books say when the British colonized this area they weren't allowed to own land. They build these extravigant house ...
... at two women playing cards and smoking. Apparently it's not something they see that often (or ever), I would've liked to stay in Kashmir longer for some more trekking and travel, but decided to make plans to move on to catch the end of the trekking season in a few more spots. For the last day we decided to go golfing. First we stopped for some coffee and decided to play a few games of cards. However, we were promptly stopped by the server as it was not allowed in a public ...
... at Pier 14 (our usual) the shiksa was waiting for us. Lovely and cool on the lake. Getting back to the houseboat was like arriving home. We heard all about developments and the impending visit of the Prime Minister, Manmohan Sing. I gather there are a number if issues people are not happy about and hence there is a general strike on for a couple of days. Most shops are closed. There is also very ...
... our journey to start at 8AM, as scheduled.
We bid adieu to the staff of Paradise Gateway, thanking them with the bottoms of our heart for their excellent hospitality and the amazing quality of food served during our stay.
We also had new cabbies and guide, who had c0me to Srinagar all the way from Ladakh, just the previous night. But they also had their share of sleep, and we all were ready to attack the peaks.
Today, our trip ...
... tourists, has suffered terribly both socially and economically from the ongoing territorial dispute between India and Pakistan. Following Partition in 1947, the eastern part of Kashmir became part of India, causing great grief and turmoil for its mainly Muslim population and of course the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Thousands have been killed in both the Indian - Pakistan wars and the fight by militant separatists for an independent Kashmir. Rival tensions ...