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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... As I walked up to where the football tournament had been played a few days earlier, I could hear faint singing and chanting coming from the old part of town. I legged it back to Ayoung’s and said I was going to investigate and Langa quickly said he would come as well.


As we left the courtyard, the young man who told Sunita that his wife was at “home working” casually mentioned that he had seen tourists arriving that ...

Pork, Pigs, Moon Singing, Monsoon, Footy

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Apr 01, 2015

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... 5.15am. She cleaned the main hut, started the fire and made a cup of tea. I was up most days at 5.00am and both of us drank our tea and tried to have a conversation at that time. She did not talk much English. As to everyone else, once they were sitting by the fire they were also given a cup of tea and then at about 7.00am, breakfast. Breakfast was really lunch in most cultures. A full blown meal, which was usually pork with chilli (loads of Pork fat) ...

Expensive Transport, Rain, Football, Cockroaches

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 28, 2015

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... the traditional Koyak Spring celebration and lasts for just two days. Naga festivals are traditionally centred around the agricultural seasons. This year it finished on the day before Good Friday thus becoming a week long holiday in the Konyak area. It was back during my visit in December when Ayong, my Konyak friend and old mate of Langa Chuba invited me for the Aoling Festival. He kindly mentioned that I could stay with him and his parents during the event and then ...

Meeting Mr Sosangtemba Longkumer Ao

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 26, 2015

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... give the Japanese any of our weapons and we were also told to resist them in our villages.”


“It was during the following year that we could hear the Battle of Kohima from here in Longsa.” Since he had returned to Longsa from Kohima, Sosantemba said he had encountered no Japanese on their advance into India and the noise of the battle was the first indication that they had advanced into Naga territory. He remained in Longsa for the ...

Stones, Inventions, Old Friends and Shop 65

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Mar 24, 2015

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... a WW2 veteran was not one to be missed. Akok set it all up and Albert arrived at 9.00am after been given the all clear by the mechanic.


The road up to Longsa’s Village was certainly better than I remember, but still was a bit broken and muddy down by the river. Here someone had constructed an eco lodge on one side and another person had built a piggery opposite. That was a somewhat interesting combination. Again Albert’s Maruti ...

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