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... and that’s every day should count, and that’s an important factor for us being away, and also for when we get home. So for now, we’re enjoying one of our last nights with our feet up by the fire and movie on the TV before heading back to Delhi and then on to Goa for a big fat slice of some of that lovely summer weather and beach life….and maybe a cocktail or three!
Lots of love to you all, cozy log fire hugs from us both
Dan and Scotty
... request and finally getting my specimen to lab at about 2:30pm. The lab technician told me to come back for the result at 3pm (that's service!) and I was confident I would just have garden variety traveller's diarrhoea which was clearing up anyway. Imagine my surprise when at 3pm I got my result back showing I had amoebic dysentery! Delek has its own pharmacy, so after getting a script from Tsundue I picked up my meds (paying the outrageously cheap price ...
... developed separately - it was a costly process). But now, technology has helped us take thousands of pictures at a very lesser price. Amateur photographers like me can try all those various modes apart from the widely used 'Auto' mode on the camera.
As we moved slowly there was water trickling downhill below the snow at some parts. But the snow was very dirty. ...
We were not wrong in thinking that getting a visa and catching a plane the same day would be tricky! The first indication that the day would be a brain boiler was the Indian consul telling us to come back at 4pm to collect our visas when our already booked flight left at 9.50pm. An anxious few hours later and a rushed phone call to rearrange our taxi to the airport later and we made it to check in with time to spare. Knowing that air line companies can be a pain in the **** with bikes ...
... a track had been cleared through the snow and the road had been declared open. We had the go-ahead to proceed. Maybe we would make it to Manali after all.
That old, bald tyred workhorse of a truck must have produced monster torque because, no matter what the obstacle, it just kept grunting us forward. At one point, stalled by a landslide that was going to take hours to clear and with the bulldozers yet to arrive, we jogged left off the ...