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... Squirrels and Macaque monkeys, but by now it was getting warm and wild activity was slowing. Back at the lodge I had a great lunch with Omar and Garrett. We swapped notes on Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
In the afternoon, Manni arrived to take me “rafting” as the lodge described it. This was actually in a military style dingy, so much safer than I had feared and we drove out to the Arunachal Pradesh border and mostly floated downstream back ...
... the ox around and around, with the rice heads being dislodged from the stalks by the ox's hooves. Men use pitchforks to lift away the stalks and move them into storage for livestock feed. Women scoop the heads and remaining chaff into flat woven baskets and separate the kernels from the rest by skillfully tossing and sorting. Finally, the rice kernels are spread out in a thin layer to dry before a final cleaning and storage.
We also spent some ...
... the number of male children.
2nd Wedding and Mida (Bonding Gift Exchange)
Hija village was next and its architecture seemed more traditional Apatani with houses on raised platforms. We asked Alaya to pull over. This village seemed like a good one to walk around in.
Women came from the fields through the streets of Hija with baskets on their backs. One house had a ...
Good Time, Then Slowed to a Crawl
At around 3 pm, right in front of an army base we got a flat tire. It didn't take too long for Arjun to have us back on the road. And in a town just before the checkpoint, he had the flat spare fixed. And soon thereafter we got to the paved two way road and making good time.
About an hour out of town, Arjun received ...
... we got back another Mahoot (Elephant driver) took a picture of Dad and I on the Elephant. Our Mahoot said "Salam" and the Elephant curled his trunk up like he was posing. We got back to the hotel and we took a Jeep to the Ganesh Temple and we got Tilkas again along with a prayer. We then went to the coffee plantation but there wasn't that much so we moved on to the Rubber plantation. We saw the forest of Rubber trees; some ...