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It was good stay in this cottage. view point is also very nice from hotel
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... cancer is quite prevalent here). We also saw a couple of colonoscopies. The days when Dr Tsudan does outpatients are really busy as he is very respected and patients come from hours away to see him, even with minor complaints. It is difficult for us to communicate with some of these older patients with no English, as Gwen found while trying to do a complete neuroexamination. Dr Tsedan just said to get another patient to translate for her, quite a challenge! We had two ...
... ever done. The snow was about 12 feet high and so every step you sank in a little. As you went to take your next step your back foot would suddenly and unpredictably sink meaning you spent your whole time trying to keep your balance. Once you had sunk knee-high, or even thigh-high, you struggled to get out as the snow would keep collapsing around you digging you a bigger hole! Given that I only had thin running trainers with no grip my feet were quickly ...
After battling some traffic and getting lost in a dusty, barren "neighborhood", I found myself in the traveler oasis town of Leh - and started searching for a beer!
... of insects….some are scary. Of course spiders spring out to relish the great food supply but on day I encounter a large and hary black spider nearly the size of my hand, that I would guess is a close relative of Tarantula. It did not bother me much until one showed up in the cooking room 2 days later. I tried to catch it with a bowl but they are fast and agile. After quite and effort I finally strategically chased him into a duffle bag, zipped it and escorted him to ...
... It wasn’t too much of a surprise when a big down was followed by an even bigger up, the top of the next climb being over 2000m higher at the 3200m Jopek Jot pass. The heat of the lower elevation sapped the strength from our out of shape legs and it became apparent that we would be stuck between two villages for the night with not a guest house in sight. Just as a night camped next to the road looking inevitable we came across a fist for the day, a bus stop sticking out ...