Diamond Hotel & Restaurant

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

Aoling Festival, Rain, Easter, Rain, Rain

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 06, 2015

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... Gum continued to be a nuisance.


In the end the chanting wound down, and the tourists packed up and left. The Konyaks, on the other hand just filed out of one Morong and walked over to the next one and started again. Langa thankfully warned me not to walk either in front of this procession or with it, but behind (for me to do this would have been a huge insult to the elders). Chewing Gum just tagged along. Unfortunately my ...

Pork, Pigs, Moon Singing, Monsoon, Footy

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 01, 2015

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... 8221; I was informed by the Ayong’s uncle. “It was to be slaughtered for Aoling but we decided to kill it today.” It was killed with a spare to the heart. Later I went outside to watch the men cover the dead animal in ashes and then burn its hair off with a blow torch. Meanwhile the party inside moved into over drive, so I content myself with making faces at the children. It was certainly well after six when we returned to ...

Expensive Transport, Rain, Football, Cockroaches

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 28, 2015

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... as our hotel) said they would drive us for US $150. This was more than the amount of money as I paid for my return flight from Bangkok to Kolkata. The reasons they gave were the bad road condition, the price of petrol (now the cheapest for many years) and the charge was for a return journey. The road to Wakching via Mon was 70 Km. This just seemed obscene, however we knew one other person indirectly in Longleng and he also wanted the same charge, sighting a ...

Meeting Mr Sosangtemba Longkumer Ao

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 26, 2015

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... the Indian talks achieving little many Nagas simple joined the freedom fighters, especially when the Indians started to abuse our people. Unfortunately over time, the Nagas also started to fight amongst themselves.”


By this stage Sosantemba was getting quite tired, so we decided that we should leave, however he was keen to have his photograph taken outside his cottage beside his monolith. For this he wore his waistcoat and pinned his three medals to ...

Stones, Inventions, Old Friends and Shop 65

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 24, 2015

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... on the long road up to the village which was in the process of getting a major renovation.


About 500 metres south of town, it gave up in a cloud of steam and we had to walk up the rest of the step incline by foot. Again the villagers were just so friendly immediately inviting me in for tea. But we had an appointment to keep so on we went up. We passed the sports field which I recalled from my previous visit before entering the old village centre. It was ...

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