Diamond Hotel & Restaurant

Address: Dibrugarh, Assam, 786001, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dibrugarh

Elders, Changs, Culture, Families and Skulls

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 22, 2014

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... The village and its old looking church straddled the hill and the main street followed the incline down to where the village ended. This was marked by three stones which were placed there. “Are these religious, “ I enquired. “No” the Preacher replied, “they are the remnants of our village wall which was constructed to protect this settlement against attack.” Just beside them we turned left onto a narrow path that descended beneath the ...

Skulls, Fertility, Opium, Anghs, Warriors

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 17, 2014

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... in the unadministered area of Konyak and were not keen on engaging its warriors. Unfortunately he seemed more intent on what was been prepared that my attempts at conversation. I also noticed behind him row of empty hard liquor bottles and the place seemed generally in a large state of disrepair. Nevertheless he extended his hand in friendship and suggested we visit the museum that was opposite his hut. Outside to the left was a much grander hut lined with many ...

History, bad guesthouses, hills, Wakching

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 14, 2014

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... Wakching, Ayoun’s home village.

Down there we bumped into Ben & Elodea who were trying to get Assam, but unaware there was a general strike. Luckily for them Langa managed to get two seats in a Sumo that was breaking the strike and they left for the station. As for us, our Sumo never arrived and in the end Ayoun had to contact his uncle and ask for a lift. As I was advised, I bought fresh Pork from the market for everyone who ...

Burma, Headhunters, Opium & Dust

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 09, 2014

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... started to weave its way up the mountains and within three hours (50 kms) we were descending down into Mon on a road that was worse than any dirt road I had driven on in Africa - and this was the national highway.

Mon itself was a gaggle of ramshackle buildings clinging to the side of a hill offering great views of the Naga Hills. The poor roads continued into town as the sporadic bitumen just disappeared leaving yellow staining dirt with large ...

Mr India, X Factor Naga style, Exotic Food

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 06, 2014

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... my head off. The food was excellent.

The next morning Langa and I were up at 4.50am and out at just after five to catch our Tata 4x4 shared Sumo to Mokokchung. Our final destination was the northern Naga Konyak town of Mon, but for some strange reason on this Monday all the Sumos to Mon were full, so I decided we would go to Mokokchung and stay with the lovely family I stayed with in 2013 and complete the journey (on reputedly the worst road in India) ...

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