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After the previous days of relaxation, Thursday, May 28th
began around 6 in the morning as we left the Institute to embark on a trek to a
town called Mussoorie. This hike was about 4 kilometers long, and consisted our
group, Mr. Rajiv Bhartari, and our guides for the day, Arun and Amit, who are
both researchers currently working at WII.
Mussoorie is a hill station in the Himalayan foothills, and while it lies only 35
kilometers away ...
... a while before deciding to head back. I was walking along the road when they whizzed over on their motorbikes saying I had stamina and bravery for walking back alone and gave me a lift back on the back of their bike! After thanking them I realised it was 5pm and I'd only had the toast that morning. I settled into a riverside cafe for a curry and 2 chapattis. It was the first curry I'd been able to stomach in about 4/5 days and tasted pretty amazing. I finished the ...
... by three generations of Singhals – right above their shops.
Meanwhile back at my hotel, I am once again subjected to noisy neighbors – this time with dogs! That’s right, the hotel allows these families to bring their family dogs to the hotel! It must say on the hotel’s website that the hotel allows dogs because there are two families staying here now with their dogs. If they didn’t specifically say that they allow ...
... to a place called “Company Gardens”, which was a rather pathetic little park that I had been hearing about all week from the rickshaw drivers who wanted to take me there – more for the money they would make than from any expectation that I might enjoy the park. The park really was a waste of time and money.
While at the park, I needed to use the toilet. It happened that there was a toilet at the park but I didn’t see ...
... priests (as much as I hate them and all their child abuse hiding problems) have a roof over their heads, these gents live in the courtyard, happy with literally nothing. I take that back, one had a walking stick. Amazing. I bought a Hindu prayer book in English and promised to follow Ashym's directions in the morning, "In only underwears, sit and read one chapter a day every morning. Great for soul". Done. We walked around and found the lovely Parmarth Niketan. Having seen it ...