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We clambered off the bus around 2:30 pm after a rather interesting bus ride. Dom and I ended up having to take a sleeper cabin as there were no seats available to us. Many women and children stuffed themselves in beside us (with or without permission) so we were rather cramped. However, we later found out that Gabi was sitting beside a murderer who had just been released from prison, so I suppose I was glad to be where we were.
... angle and try not to get attacked by monkeys.
And if you're still not bored of gawping at the lake, there are also boat rides available, either the cheaper one from Sunset Point which will take you around the lake for the simple purpose of being on a boat on a lake, or there's the more expensive one from City Palace which will take you to an island which, along with ...
... a stroll and our life in our hands to walk along the busy streets avoiding dogs, cows, cars, tuk tuks and scooters. Lots of invitations for Niamh to spend time with a variety of young men - thankfully she declined or I would never have found my way back!
Bit of a snooze and then up to the terrace for some masala tea and sunbathing - really wonderful to feel the heat 30c.
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Another great day. All my patients are doing well and had a few new ones in. A couple of dogs that were in road accidents and now have swollen legs but no fractures, thankfully! And a dog that got into a fight because he's a bit of a tough boy! We had a ...
... food is so good).
The next place Raj took us to was another dog section, this time for dogs that were lame and handicapped,and had difficulty standing or walking. A number of the dogs lost the use of their legs due to accidents such as being hit by traffic, some of these would be permanently disabled and others would recover given time and stimulation. The dogs that had been born handicapped were permanent residents and would never regain the use of their legs.