Hotel Angel's Inn
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... to know the local area, and it was always rewarding to get out into the countryside and see a different angle on local life. We walked through tall pine forests, where the tree’s towered above us whilst we breathed in the cool pine scented air. We saw local village life happening all around rickety wooden houses which have probably changed very little and reflect an age gone by, apple orchards who have now shed their fruits for the winter and are preparing themselves for ...
... child. As much as I wanted to say something, I knew I was only there to observe. She repeated this process for the entire ward of about 30 children. This was an eye opening experience. The pediatric ward did not have the most sanitary of practices but everything is free. The patients don't have the liberty to complain. The staff is so proud of the hospital and all it has to offer. It is refreshing to see people proud of their job and proud of what they ...
... Indian cooking and how it was different to normal Indian, or even South Indian cooking. It was said by someone at the book launch night that Anglo-Indian's had british food but with an Indian twist - so they would have a normal Sunday roast but with chillis added to it!! Other traditional Anglo-Indian food is ball curry and rice, Anglo-Indian stew, cutlets, noongoos (kind of like a tender coconut - also known as iced apples), bondas, vadais, ...
... gear-shifter between my knees. Tim was jammed up against the door. Our driver, a young guy who spoke very little English, looked us over, gave us a nod and started the engine. We were off. Not 50 yards away from the guesthouse a passing van flagged him down and relayed the information that Rohtang was closed. ****.
Turning to us with raised eyebrows, he silently posed the question: What do you want to do? By this point in time Tim and I ...
... saying (unlike us) they were quite used to roughing it. Madeleine told me about her recent trip to Morocco and how much she loved the country - and also that her guide was "fantastic". We have followed up on her advice and are using the services of the same guide, Mohamed Ouragaga who operates "Man of the Moroccan Desert" travel agency for our coming trip to Morocco in May 2013.
Later in the afternoon, I walked back to Manali Town to buy some cashmere scarves ...