Diamond Hotel & Restaurant

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

Paddies, Plugs, Tattoos, Weddings, Bamboo, Spirits

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 24, 2015

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... the plugs. Guddi was continually asking the women for permission to photograph them, whilst engaging these women in conversation. I found this approach respectful to the women and also fascinating as we found out much that was interesting. Nevertheless, some of the locals simply found just my presence intimidating. One lady working on her paddy waived her hoe threateningly at me when I approached and several just hide their faces.

Guddi ...

Crossing the Brahmaputra again

A travel blog entry by indigoite on Feb 23, 2015

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Its time to leave Arunachal Pradesh. I only saw a small part of it, but it was lovely. Very nice people, wonderful vistas, off the beaten trail - its a great place to travel to. The only minus is the appalling roads.

My surprise here has been that everybody speaks Hindi.I mean everybody. Stop in the middle of nowhere and ask a lonely tribesman for directions and he replies back in understandable Hindi. In towns they speak fluent Hindi. The tribes ...

Nyokum Yullo, Nishi people, ferries, chain dance

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 22, 2015

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... and the minister’s platform had pride of place at the end. In front of this everyone was gathering. The men were dressed in white and cream clothing and shawls with their hair dragged across their heads and folded into a bun. This was secured just above the forehead in a bun with a large hairpin. Some of these were ornate and antique, some were just plastic knitting needles. Behind the bun was a woven reed cap on which was secured the bill of ...

Sumos, Boulders, Oranges, Idu Mishmi

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 17, 2015

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... foot deep and was quite picturesque, but the driver did not stop and we emerged over the other side to a breathtaking view of the mountain range and the road winding its way down to the valley floor and the Dibrang River - which was obscured. We stopped at a settlement on the way down. It was really just a string of Idu Mishu buildings on the roadside edge and stilted over the huge drop. We had sweet tea and Maggi Noodles for breakfast whilst I chatted with a ...

Tezu family home, TV Mike, Huts, Cows, River Wash

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Feb 14, 2015

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... mall for several months and this was her return. The luggage she brought was all her new clothes, which she now showed everyone, whilst Mum looked on with a knowing smile. Meanwhile her sister disappeared into the kitchen and prepared an enormous meal. Kumasi asked “what do you eat?” to which I replied I was a vegetarian - I was given pork and rice. It was very good and afterwards her Dad asked me to stay the night. “Of course” I ...

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