De Vivendi Resorts
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... electric fire that doesn’t warm you up whilst wearing all your clothes and covered in blankets counting the number of taps in the bathroom (don’t ask) ha ha! The place we are staying in overlooks the mountains, is blissfully quiet and we’ve had a lovely few days putting our feet up, eating some home made food and keeping the place toasty and warm with a log fire (which Scotty has revelled in stoking at regular intervals, the little pyro!) I’ve enjoyed having ...
... the hospital. The chief medical officer (big boss) was away and we would meet him later in the week. The matron, Choeke (CHOOKIE) also joins these meetings where the patients are handed on to the next in-patient doctor rostered on. These meetings are great, the doctors go through each patient in the wards, new admissions and discharges, and discuss management, etc. It's a good way to start each day. The rest of the day one of us goes with the rostered ...
... and we were on our way again :) !
The road through Ladakh was annotated with safety and life lessons by the local road building company. Some of my favourites are listed below, hopefully you can enjoy them as much as I have.
"Know AIDS, no AIDS""Don't gossip, let them gossip""Safety on the roads is safe tea at home""Alert: be careful of curve, check your nerve""Indian traffic says, left is right and right is left""Speed thrills but kills""Be ...
... shoes off , plus we are not looking for any spiritual enlightenment !
Did I mention how stunning the scenery here is ?? !!
We ate at a really nice place called ‘ Chopsticks’ a Tibetan run restaurant. It was great value and the portions are huge ! Luckily we only ordered a dish each , no starters.
Back to the hotel to get warm infront of the heater and watch TV in bed – not a lot else going on here. Our Hotel ...
... of my conversation and said he might know someone who could help. Would we like him to make a phone call and find out? We brightened. Yes, please. After 10 minutes that felt like an hour, he reported back. A local truck driver could take us and our bikes across the pass for IR 4,500 (~$80). Considering that we were averaging just $24 / day (minus the pre-paid bike rental fee), that represented almost 2 days of budget each. Tim felt we ...