Diamond Hotel & Restaurant

Dibrugarh, Assam, 786001, India | Hotel
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Day 5-9: Siang River:

A travel blog entry by vintrepid


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Day 2: Delhi to Dibrugarh:

A travel blog entry by vintrepid

After an early breakfast at our hotel in Delhi, we’ll head back to IGI Airport
to catch our flight to Dibrugarh, Assam. We arrive in Dibrugarh around 2:00pm and transfer to our
hotel, approximately 30 minutes away. We’ll ...

Majuli - the Great River Island

A travel blog entry by arunkakati


... everything possible from cars , motor-cycles, animals, firewood , cement, vegetables apart from the 120 passengers. You can't blame anybody because that is the only way one can commute to the island . So there you are rubbing your shoulders with one and all , everybody friendly , no pranksters or skunks around .

The journey took us 1 hour 10 minutes , a trip to remember and a sight to behold ! A bright and breezy January morning , the ...

Our day in Jorhat at a school

A travel blog entry by turnersinindia


... excited about the idea of kids eating vegetables that they grew.

We asked the kids if they had any questions. Here are a few questions that they asked: How do you make compost? What kind of animals do you have in Canada? What time do you go to school? How do you get there? What are your favourite vegetables?

Then they asked us to sing!!! Amina and I didn't know what song to do so we ended up singing "O Canada". The kids thought it was great and ...

Visiting the village

A travel blog entry by turnersinindia


... carrots, kale, and areca nut.

We then walked through the village and met other farmers and mum and dad did something called PRA, which stands for Participatory Rural Appraisal. They started drawing maps on the ground and Inara and I helped find leaves and sticks to help them. Everyone enjoyed seeing our farm drawn and then we drew a map of the village.

We came back to Kamal’s house and ...


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