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Travel Blogs from Mussoorie
... replace it with a “p” sound. (I wonder if they call the “F” word the “P” word?!) So since then, Gregory and I have been going around replacing all of our “effs” with “pees” and vice versa. (For example, we have both been having gas from the Indian food, so we went to the pharmacy and bought some “anti-part fills”.) Which leads to the next story:
As I have mentioned before, it ...
... brought me exactly what I had envisioned: A big, steaming bowl of chicken soup – and another big bowl of freshly steamed rice. It really hit the spot, and I now feel like I’m at least on my way to recovery.
I spent the afternoon reading, finishing off the Robert Harris novel “Pompeii”, a very well written story about the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy way back in the year 79AD. I actually managed to read the entire book in just ...
... to my mind, the day’s labor that they spent on each room did nothing but convert the room from looking like a cheap hotel into one looking like a cheap brothel. And trust me: I know what I’m talking about! (See attached photo – of the renovated room, not of a cheap brothel.)
I closed the curtain to try to hide myself from the painter outside my window, and took a nap to try to recover from my diarrhea. But too much sleep is also not ...
... the same holds true for you are what you think (you are). I almost feel like this class was taylor made
just for me – it just all makes so much sense.
After our anatomy class we had lunch which was probably my
favorite meal of the day- some sort of yummy indian dish with rice and chapatti
and usually a delicious soup or dal with fresh radish root and carrots on the
side. We were given about a 3 hour lunch break during which time I usually
focused on ...
... to walk up the mountain this time which was much better. The path was still made of small rocks and was sharply inclined but we were all mentally prepared for the mountains today so it was a smooth trip. The school today was also created by SIDH, but this one was much larger. We started off by going to a large room for their prayer time. Children grades 4-8 sat in straight lines according to their grade level. They all sat "Indian style" with their backs ...