Hotel Kailash Parbat
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The last couple of days I've been getting orientated, sorting out my new Indian phone no (i'll add on facebook) and searching for malaria prevention... Savitri is a doctor and worked as a GP for many years in London, so she was surprised when I told her I had no tablets for the areas of India I plan to be... So far I haven't even seen a mosquito, but they are pretty dangerous round ...
... minutes at the top for unwinding, we decided to descend. Like it happens in most treks, this time too the body started to feel the pain when we were going downhill. Muscles were getting stretched… and knees increasingly felt the jolts. We managed to reach the base village by 4pm. Knowing that we were definitely behind schedule, we did not waste much time on breaks and almost quickly started walking to reach the base camp at Karjat. We did have the option of hiring a guide to ...
... in Mumbai acclimating to the heat, my friend Jessamyn from grad school also arrived the same weekend, in India doing her own research, so she joined us for Museum visits and touring the city. Then we flew to Dehli and though our hotel had crusty sheets and no windows, the tour company we went with to see the Taj Mahal was excellent. However the visit to this great wonder was somewhat hazy for me since after eating a salad at a nice restaurant in ...
... about my "skin affliction". No one has freckles here so they assume it's a skin disease. Meanwhile, Polly, Chloe and I took over 'Wake Up Pune', the English speaking branch of DGS' HIV/aids awareness programme. For this we were in charge of responding to all concerned emails, providing advice, fundraising, and doing 'Bootcamps' which are interactive presentations aimed at spreading accurate knowledge and reducing stigma in schools and businesses. A highlight ...
... enjoyable sites; an incredible Jain temple built entirely from marble (as Jain religion doesn’t believe in harming any living things and insects could live and die in holes in concrete); a massive cow shed in the middle of the city, where the cows were so well treated they even got given desserts; and a cycle down marine drive, where the novelty of cycling a child’s bike with no functioning brakes was beginning to wear off.
Obviously we were having too much fun ...