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I am at my room, relaxed and typing this up. It was amazing to me how fascinating my past three weeks have been. This truly is a journey by faith and I have learnt the trust the LORD more with each and every step. The LORD has been so gracious to me it is beyond my wildest imagination. This morning I went with my new friends, Maya and Clive to a home church hosted by a couple from the US, Monica and Chris. They live on the outskirts of Dharamsala, in a ...
... means giving glucose if blood sugar dips too low. This is an algorithm that is of utmost importance that it was drilled into every third year med student's head. However, I cannot believe when two doctors here discuss their management and neither of them had the vaguest clue what they are suppose to be doing now that she is "looking good" after 500ml of bolus and some sub-Q insulin. I don't know if it is the familiarity or the accumulated frustration, I nearly lost it and ...
... Everyone, all the doctors, physios and the dentist (my friend Rinzin, Tashi's girlfriend, incidentally) were all there. I brought some beer and juice. Other brought wine. Learning from my mistake from last night, I was very careful about drinking and had only a little bit of wine. Most of the food was vegetarian, Hindi style, some of them very delicious. Can't believe the female doctor (Rhondon?) was such a good cook. There were also some weird food there, like pickled Mongo in ...
... viewpoint that was worth viewing- greyish mountains and a village in the valley below with stairs sleeping on mountain curves and grassy fields where horses ate along the tiny stone houses.
Dharamshala has a different and mystic vibe and it invites you to join into its screaming stillness.
The Buddha sits and poses at the hotel as a decoration along with the special Buddhist bells hanging like wind-chimes, making a sound that fastens the heartbeat,even though it's ...
the world tourism map by christening it "Mini Switzerland".
Khajjiar Lake is a small lake, surrounded by
saucer-shaped lush green meadow and a floating island. The dense growth of weed
called vacha has made its earth spongy.
A little away from ...