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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... would be misrepresented to the outside world. Its a shame that they thought that about me without even meeting me, but I do respect their decision. Consequently Langa and I gave up and decided on a quiet day around Tuensang.


Tuensang is not the most picturesque town in Nagaland. In fact on the whole I am of the opinion that the villages are the most interesting places to visit in Nagaland and the towns really just offer convenient places where you can ...

Skulls, Fertility, Opium, Anghs, Warriors

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 17, 2014

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... was a bit of a dead loss, with some dustyMithunSkulls, a couple of large old guns and strange (seeming modern) immensely large shoe in a glass case. It was now that the young man demanded the entrance fee (inflated) plus the Angh’s gift (a normal payment) to be given to him. I refused saying I would give it only in person to the king, but he would have none of this and started to intimidate Langa. In the end (to avoid things getting out of hand) I paid this ...

History, bad guesthouses, hills, Wakching

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 14, 2014

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... Konyak region which he published in 2013 in the town’s centenary book. His research concentrated on oral histories related by village elders and old people. This was the first time his research has been published and has shone a light on a misunderstood and misrepresented era of history involving the British and the Konyak Nagas.


What his analysis of oral history shows is that the British were involved with the Konyaks before ...

Burma, Headhunters, Opium & Dust

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 09, 2014

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... hours in a dusty Sumo, I was not going to look for another place. Ayoun softened the blow by inviting us all for supper.


Ayoun’s sisters house was just a few meters down the road and it appeared that she and her daughters had been cooking for ages when we arrived. The Konyak meal was large and tasty with pork (the Naga delicacy), dhal, squash, fabulous home made chutney and huge quantities of rice. I was defeated early on. It was that night ...

Mr India, X Factor Naga style, Exotic Food

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Nov 06, 2014

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... in 2013, and now it seems endemic and unjustifiable (I mean what do they use the information for???). It obvious why some tourists are deterred from visiting this fascinating state and that is a great shame.


Eventually after all the delays, stops and congestion we arrived in Mokokchung. Amazingly, the taxi driver who met us at the Sumo station immediately recognised me. His name was Albert and I soon remembered that he had driven Dieter, myself ...

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