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... of us would just stand and laugh at the monkeys. There's a large colony of them (about 100) that live right at Tushita, and have gotten quite bold around humans. If you turned your head while eating breakfast, one would appear out of nowhere to steal your banana (typical), and they had no issues running around right between us when they got into fights with one another (which could actually be a little scary). The best was when they were taking turns swinging off a branch into ...
... off and go to Norbulinka there will be a resounding no for the docs there don't feel that they are in charge of the med students at all, everything has to be approved by the CMO. However, based on my experience, there is usually not much to do after a certain hour in the afternoon and certainly no one will miss me if I just sneak off (since this is already Thursday, I might as well add that my assumption was correct and no one realized I was gone). ...
... stainless steal walls. One table, one proper up wood slant for examination table as well as working surface for the nurse, one shelf and one medicine cabinet. There were already about fifty patients lined up to see us and with one or two exceptions, they are all women and children. Small children who saw us coming greeted us politely, good morning sir, good morning Ma'am. I stopped feeling uncomfortable being addressed as Ma'am in India. Its their way of being polite. I observed ...
... time off the streets.
The group chose the Lotus Temple, the seat of the Baha'i faith, for our final full day in Delhi. Just getting to the other side of the New Delhi railway station was an adventure, and that was just on the way to the Delhi Subway.
The Lotus temple is, as you can imagine, shaped like a giant marble lotus surrounded by pools of water designed to cool the building. It was an oasis for the group and we enjoyed sitting in the heart of ...
... Pathankot (80kms) in Punjab is known is
the gateway to Dalhousie.
PLACES TO VISIT:
24 km from Dalhousie. It is about
6,500 feet (2,000 m) above sea level. On 7 July 1992, Mr. Willy T. Blazer,
Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India ...