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... for not being able to capture them on the frame.
I continued further ahead.....and the forest kept getting more dense. There was a plethora of birds and butterflies here. I was absolutely enamoured by the natural wealth of Sukha Tal. I saw a grazer walking his sheep a little ahead of me. I quickly caught up with him......the local folks are generally better aware and in know of things which ...
... birding guide. Manoj Negi was all we could manage, an amateur who had just started his career as a guide....the most sought after profession in this tiny hamlet of some 50 odd families owing to the abundance of the avian population.
With our search for a guide over and also our breakfast, we started out on our trail for some bird watching. Mr. Negi told us that ...
... chatting with British guy who ran a mountain biking company in India and was trekking back to pick up his bike. That afternoon we just had an easy 6 km down a rhododendron covered valley with ancient gnarled trees to Jaikuni, 2km short of our goal for the day. The view convinced us to stay in a guest house with a view of two valleys that the owner promised would be spectacular at sunrise. Some more dahl, rice and a cabbage curry and it was off for an early sleep.
... 12:30PM before we were definitely on our way to Bhimtal.
We stopped at a road side Dabah ( restaurant) and had a quick lunch of dal, jeera aloo and roti. With the tape worm contented, off we trekked.
We had 325 kms to go and about 6 hours of travel time.
Upon finally arriving into Bhimtal we located our hotel, the Maya Regency. We were warmly greeted and shown to ...
... new interns have arrived from different parts of India. Apparently there are many, many interns who begin in the month of May, but not too many during the Winter months. Overall, I am grateful for the peace and quiet, and dread the arrival of visitors as they tend to be rowdy and inconsiderate haha
So in a nutshell, this is my day-to-day life here at the Chirag office and though the life is slow, i am learning to appreciate (rather than stress over) the relaxing work ethic they have ...
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