Nahar's Nilgiris Hotel
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... area, the centre trains Indian vets in neutering procedures so they may utilise these skills elsewhere, and trains local men to become paid veterinary assistants. This week they are training British veterinary students, a source of income for the charity. At least 20 dogs are neutered each day, more as the students become more competent. Anaesthetic drugs and equipment is much more basic than I am used to in the UK, but it works. A group of men go out early every ...
... for the station.
The fairly small station was PACKED with mostly local but also a lot of foreign tourists. As one does in such circumstances, I hooked up with some of the foreign tourists - in this case a couple of English gals and a German / Mexican couple - and we formed our own little society until the train arrived about an hour and a half later. It turns out that I was among the few foreigners who had a reserved seat on the train, for which I ...
... I wait for him?
It is somewhat unusual to expect a complete stranger to wait for you while you do your shopping - and to wait - for what? But, with the weather being perfect and with me having a bit of time on my hands (having saved an hour by not taking that bus to Coonoor), I waited ten minutes for him. He was buying kerosene to use for his cooking - at a place where it could be bought for a government-subsidized rate - for ...
I woke up feeling much better, although not completely over my cold yet. I'm very pleased to say that I'm settling into a very nice routine - precisely along the lines of what I came here for:
In the morning, before breakfast, I check emails and have a look at how the stock market closed in the US the night before. During breakfast I watch one of the documentary videos that I brought with me. This morning it was ...
... his tiny shop there were pictures of Mahatma Gandhi. Carrying on, we passed a church of Bethel and I smiled at the people coming out from there. The pastor and a lady caught up with me on their moped and were full of curiosity about us being here.
Just past the bridge we stopped to look upon the river. Spotting the Ooty bus coming we waved it down and amazingly there were seats free in it.
It was another enjoyable journey up the 36 hair pin bend road.