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... are smaller than African elephants. We
drove around the park for about another hour our so and saw lots more deer,
elephants, rhinos and water buffalo.
After the trip to the park we went
into Kohora and found a really good tribal restaurant called Maihang. We had
Tomato soup and chapaties and chow mein! Mum and Dad also but some cloth that
was silk and cotton and coloured with natural ...
I had spent so long in Arunachal Pradesh that I now needed to rush to Nagaland for the Hornbill Festival and the accommodation I had booked in Kisama. Nagaland was well over 200 km away and would involve at least two trips and an overnight stay somewhere en route. After some deliberation I thought I would return to the Magnolia in Tezpur where at least the internet worked intermittently, the mattresses were the best I had so far encountered in the north east ...
... 1/2 an hour. Luckily we decided to go to our hotel to check in first. When we arrived we found that the hotel that had been booked for us was dark, smelly, and dirty. So, we found a much "better" hotel, which was at least acceptable in terms of cleanliness. But, the room was the second smallest room we have ever had, and the TV didn't work. We settled in after getting all of the linen changed. Anyway, it was fantastic to see Minu again. I took Mark to the ...
... and Tezpur. I find it very funny. Mark it handling the extra attention with good humour. The hotel is lovely and clean with a great outlook. There is a terrace with a view of the city, where we go for happy hour together. A second honeymoon to go with the new wedding ring. The sun sets in Assam at 5.00pm. It is a spectacular sight over the Brahamaputra River. Back to Guwahati now, oh ...
... day. So I escaped the dreadful Manus and went for a riverside walk.
It was here I found the expected - piles of rotting rubbish lining what should have been a beautiful riverside walk and the banks of the Brahmaputra River, which was huge and wide. Actually the riverside was so squalid I thought I would jettison my idea of a boat trip and walk into town. I did a u-turn and walked past the high court and the cricket pitch. It was here that I experienced ...