I left the Sikh driver after his mysterious race, relieved to be on stable ground.
On the one hand, Srinagar was disappointing. The town had the all too familiar neglected appearance, and the food was different from anywhere else I’d been in India. Continue reading To the heights of Kashmir
Photo courtesy: Owais Khursheed — Wikimedia Commons
The crazy driving wasn’t the only experience of the never to be forgotten bus ride. The driver pulled up in a forgotten town (possibly Banihal) where locals hovered near the bus exit, desperate for a sale. All I wanted was a bathroom. Continue reading Introduction to the luxuries of Indian toilets (or not) on the way to Kashmir
Jammu to Kashmir Highway — Photo courtesy: Steve Evans — Wikimedia Commons
Kashmir’s hasn’t been a safe visit in years. Just this week there were people killed on both sides of the border from shelling by the Indian and Pakistani governments. But when I travelled north from Jaipur to Jammu, all was quiet on the northern front. Continue reading Roller coaster ride to Kashmir
Reflecting back on some of the choices I made in my youth, I wonder, what was I thinking?
Here’s an example: Continue reading A journey to I’m not sure where