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... pines and cedars.
The hike was a great experience. We haven’t had too many chances to move around much on the trip so this uphill trek was literally a breath of fresh air.
Starting at the roadside and hugging the growing foothills of the Himalayas, we
wound up a concrete trail which lifted us above Dehradun. The higher we got, the
more breathtaking the views became. To make the hike even more fun, a group of
super friendly stray dogs decided ...
... rice and fresh fish caught only a fews hours earlier. The lunch spot was a typical street food outlet in India. Foreigners must be very infrequent in the area as we were stared down by a number of locals happy to watch us eat our lunch. A little bit eerie. The dam was impressive, it's width being 1km and height 840 metres. The highest in Asia. It was not possible to get too close as security is very tight. The concern that someone will blow it up ...
... so I asked him if the electricity was out again. He said it was. I then asked him if this didn’t present a risk that he might give the wrong medicine to his customers. One of his friends, who was sitting in the shop at the time, quipped “He gives the wrong medicine anyway.” Ha. Like I said, it's "Dr. Singhal's Comedy Shop".
I’m currently reading “Kitchen Confidential – Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly”, ...
... people, so I left without paying. They followed me around –and right out of the park, all the while hounding me for the money. Well, sorry – but next time put up a sign – or have someone there collecting the money so that I can know the price beforehand.
With it being the weekend, the noisy groups of tourists from Delhi have once again taken over the hotel. In an attempt to give them a taste of their own medicine, Gregory went ...
... things, which are not at all my fault. In fact, I am very much in favor of India implementing economic reforms that would reduce poverty, such as the ridiculous retail laws that effectively force the poor masses to overpay for everything they buy. So, dear young man, focus your efforts on changing India rather than coming up with fake charity scams to extract money from tourists.
After my walk, I went back to my hotel and read (or re-read, rather ...