Hotel Grace Mount
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a guitar case on my back. They watched a video of some pastor's teaching on 1 Thessalonian ch 4, not horrible in general but I hate the topic of sexual immorality. I don't regard myself as a sexually immoral person, having only had one partner ever in my life who is my husband. In fact, of all of the sins, sexual ones are the ones I regard as the easier to avoid. However, maybe purely due to this fact, I hate to think of sexual sins as some kind ...
... only to realize that I am the only one there beside nurses, I am not a doctor and have no clue how they run their traumas here. Rhondun was there to the rescue. I am beginning to like her a lot more now. She may not be friendly as Lhundup to begin with but she sure is better grounded. I did a mental assessment of ABC and no issues there. He apparently fell off a motorcycle while speeding uphill and was punctured by a piece of rusty sheath metal. The wound was irrigated and ...
... post call even. However, when there is nothing to do, especially when it is late in the afternoon, I prefer to be left alone or to be releases. The worst thing really is to be kept there for nothing. There aren't exactly residents versus attendings here, but those I work with might as well be residents. However, there seems to be a sense of reluctance when it comes to allowing med students to leave when there is nothing to do :( Today is one of those days that it was ...
... devotional music, and learned about this fascinating faith first hand.
We spent the next day on the local bus to Dharmsala, hoping onto another local local bus to cart the team up to McLeod Ganj in the dark. Mcleod Ganj was to be our home for the next two weeks. An old British hill station, Mcleod Ganj is now home to the Tibetan people in exile, and the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Nine members of the team had elected to participate in a 10 ...
... wrapped up with Bryan's new umbrella glowing like a beacon. Not very intrepid but it served the purpose.
We stopped for a hot drink near the falls before making our way up to the top. It was very pretty.
Off back to the hotel for a hot shower and some dry clothes, we had our last meal in Jimmy's Italian before heading back to pack. Taxi all booked for tomorrow.
We have really enjoyed it here and shall definitely take a little piece of it with us in our ...