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... of a shock to the system!
We decided that we needed to move on from the very gorgeous and comfy but eventually disappointing hotel that made our bellies sore and as we had previously found a small apartment which would allow us to cook some home food, have a log fire and lots of creature comforts we decided to check it out and move in – this place is above our usual budget (we are such bad backpackers!) but has been worth every penny and beats huddling around ...
... do outpatients: GP kind of setup where patients have been given a number as they come in and pay 10 rupees (20c) to see the the doctor. The doctor usually converses with the patient in Tibetan or Hindi, or occasionally English if the patient is a foreigner, then gives a recap to us in English and what they plan to do for the patient. The doctor writes up any lab tests or x-rays he wants and the patient goes to the next room (the lab) to get it done. The ...
... We started at 6000 ft (Manali). Had to climb up till 13000 ft. Can't imagine the roads. It's the Leh-Manali highway, maintained by the Indian Army - Border Roads Organisation (BRO). It's open only 4-6 months a year and most army trucks go to Leh from this route. We got stuck in the starting when a fuel tanker tried to overtake a car in the hairpin curve but could not see an army truck coming from the other way and both came to an abrupt halt. When a ...
... of staying for weeks and months. It is a place for spiritual and alternative learning and healing, but you can also come just to relax, have massages, go hiking, enjoy the amazing Tibetan food, do cooking courses, yoga etc... Which is more what we came to Mcleodganj to do. Nevertheless, let me just give a bit of info on what there is to do here:
Visitors flock here to do courses on Buddhism, as there are various courses and lessons offered by ...
... stop. Nobody was sure. Until the bus eventually arrived. Blue, air-conditioned and reclining-seated as promised!
Our front row seats seemed promising (leg room and nobody reclining onto us) until 40 minutes into the journey (just enough time to get shoes off and bags unpacked) when they kicked us off the bus at a random garage to wait for "other bus" in the dark :(
Second bus was less comfy than the first ...