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 …
... climb the Zoji La Pass (3529m). Suddenly we come to a roadblock manned by two soldiers. Apparently they are about to blast above the road and we will have to wait from 11.30 till 3.00. At least the scenery is stunning and there is a small amount of shade. At about 12.15 there is a blast and a huge cloud of dust from around the next corner. A helicopter flew past and it was probably filming the blast. All the roads along this border are built and maintained ...
... A bit later Hayaat, the restaurant proprietor, also one of the wealthiest men in town, joins us as well. He is also beyond charming. Julie misses out on most of the conversation while lying on the chaise sleeping away her carbon monoxide induced headache. The air is smoke filled and the conversation is never-ending. Of course because we are Americans and America is the subject of some scrutiny 'round these parts (we are at war about a 700 rupee cab ride away), ...
... 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 ...
... given in a manner that you may expect from an older brother; "Peep peep, don't sleep", "Drinking Whisky, driving risky" and "I love you Darling but not that fast" are some of our favourites. We are also told that a lot is being invested in improving the roads of this region in a further attempt to keep tourism moving and also, probably, to keep this vulnerable population in support of Indian rule.
Stumbling across the debris of one particularly nasty rockfall in ...