Grand View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... picture. I bought a huge bag after tasting a small piece, it will be for the journey tomorrow. I also manage to find some ultra cute hand carved wooden coaster which I am sure my dear aunt would adore. The man who carved these seemed very handy with wood and knew what he was doing for he also made larger wooden furnitures, like an end table and a beautiful swing set. I wish there is some way to get those back tot he US for they will for sure be worth ten ...
... be doing it. Great, I am glad. I haven't touched anything surgical for so long. Little did I expect that by that they mean I will do it all by myself, without help, without even a nurse inside the room. I did my best at cleaning the area with iodine, and draped with sterile drape. Sterility is a huge problem at this hospital. The sterile towels are not water permeable, and there is nothing there to prevent them from soaking in the contaminated blood and saline flush to ...
... usual, there weren't enough patient came 4pm. I was bored again and hid away with Max while Lhundup came and we three were just chatting. I asked Lhundup about Tibetan medicine. You want to know about Tibetan medicine? He said, come, I'll show you. So we went to Men-Tse-Kang. The Tibetan museum. There were a pretty impressive selection of herbs there and some ready made "precious pills". I've heard about these precious pills while in Tibet. Honestly, I don't believe a word of ...
... tree giving everyone a fright. Now that i think of it, it only makes me laugh.
Another 20 minutes and we reached Dal Lake. A small but beautiful lake surrounded by pine trees. The view of the valley below from Dal Lake is entrancing. The valley amidst fleecy clouds gave an impression of floating mountains, we just stood there admiring the panorama. After unloading ...
... Jody also had a Tibetan Monk who was Indian born and had been studying English for some time so was very good.
There were others who seemed to flit between groups and most of the time we had about 4 students each.
It was extremely gratifying for us and I hope we didn't teach them any bad habbits!
On our last day here we took a walk to the waterfalls. They were about 3km away and it was raining. Again. Hard.
Oh well we are here now so off we ...