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... at which point we decided, exhausted and covered head to toe to make a break for it and get a shower. And scrub we did, we're still finding paint in places paint should never be and it's been nearly 3 days since the party and after our first wash the bathroom looked like some sort of modern art installation. When we were walking around the hospital on Saturday there were quite a few laughs and points, probably because we still had ...
... our longed-for proper coffee and obligatory slab of cake and then went in search of the 'truest version of ourselves' at the OSHO international meditation resort. What the lonely planet guide assured us was a ten minute silent tour of the venue turned into an awkward chat with the man on the front desk, a guy from LA who had lived at the resort for the past 20 years and said that we all looked "really beautiful today" in that American ...
After all the blood pressures were done, I joined the others upstairs to do some history and examinations of the patients I had just seen. As I came into the room I was met with rows and rows of people to be seen and a frantic looking Anne and Nikki doing their best to get through the patients as quickly as possible, the nurses kept asking us to hurry so our histories ended up basically being a list of complaints- no time for some calgary-cambridge here. Also various ...
... of 10 pairs of eyes and the overpowering smell of incense burning right next to our table.
However, despite this we wre treated on our tour to some breathtaking view points (plenty of squint sunshine photo opportunities) waterfalls and scenery. We were also very lucky to be sharing said views with a group of pretty plucky monkjeys who even had the balls to take on Becca (brave) for a bottle of sprite. Needless to stay we beat a pretty hasty retreat and watched ...
... and Nikki who watched Hostel while we were in Mumbai, freaked them out just a little bit. Inevitably dinner afterwards was a red cabbage curry..
The hospital almost exclusively cares for patients with HIV and/or TB, it started as a TB sanitorium and then soon got a reputation for caring for HIV patients too, and it is the stigma of having HIV that keeps other patients away- they feel that if they are seen to go to this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet