Hotel Dream Land
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... these very affectionate little ones. The last day and a half at Delek were really nice, quite a few of the patients had been discharged, and from quite full wards (one men's and one women's) throughout the most of our placement, we were down to only a handful of patients in the wards and some in the isolation rooms (as well as the TB patients in the TB ward). We still had quite a lot of dengue fever patients who were getting their labs checked (the Tibetan settlement in Delhi ...
... hug rivers deep down inside numerous canyons. At one point I felt like we were driving through the Grand Canyon. Where there were no rivers, the land was barren and desert like with lots of dust in the air. Our driver did a great job of keeping us on the road. We did get two flat tires and we saw a few jeeps that didn't stay on the road. We were planning to take another 400 km. jeep ride to the far western part of India called Kashmir but I think it might be worth flying ...
... other big shot hotels). For me, culture, food and wonderful people are more than enough to get going. All this said, I also don’t mind trying new things to blend in with local culture, as said When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
On my 5th day of trip, after my adventurous visit to Rishikesh and Mcleodganj ( it’s whole another story, what happened in these two cities with me) , I was on my way to Kasol. It was going to be a long ...
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We pass small groups of road workers, most of then from Bihar or Orissa, who must travel far from home to find work . Women with children were chink chink chinking away at rocks with hammers, getting them down to a consistent baseball-sized ...
... streaks. The clouds were clearing up slowly to reveal a scenic view of the mountains everywhere. Then we came to a halt. The traffic was painstakingly slow from then. But the rest of the journey was spent in taking loads of pictures, for our facebook/whatsapp and whatnot profiles. The older generation used to take pictures to conserve memories. They had only 36 pictures of any occasion (unless they were rich enough to buy 2 camera rolls - get it ...