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A travel blog entry by bevbag on Aug 09, 2014

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... about Mawlynnong. They asked if they could get my impressions of the village. I was happy to oblige. They wanted my to state who I was, where I had come from, the reasons why I have come here and to compare and contrast this place with the rest of India. So there you go, I'm a TV star! Lol. After that I grab a bottle of water and a soft drink and grab a bit of rest for an hour or so before ...

In and around Shillong

A travel blog entry by bevbag on Aug 08, 2014

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... sacred forest, which covers some 7 hectares, is the last in existence in Meghalaya. A truly beautiful place. The culture here is a bit of a mix. There are your stock standard Indians, but mostly the people are of Himalayan origin. They have the more rounded face reminiscent of Chinese facial structure. They also speak a different language here, Kasi, which is also what the local ethnic group is called. So, after the sacred forest, I suggested we stop ...

North East India

A travel blog entry by bevbag on Aug 07, 2014

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... s what they call them, not what they are made from. I also order a beer as I reckon I deserve it. At $2 for a large bottle why wouldn't you. The chips are coated in a light and spicy batter and are absolutely delicious, as are the pakora. Pakora are small deep fried fritter style things with Marsala spices. Another thing I note is a multitude of wine shops along the way. Nice. I have been really looking forward to this part of ...

Thursday, into Bhutan

A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Oct 25, 2012

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... two leaves and a bud, essentially the top of the bush. They will come back to the field in a few days when new buds have formed.

After lunch we hopped back in the van and finally crossed into Bhutan. The change was immediate. The buildings were all much more substantial and beautifully ornate. Traffic noise died down, and a sense of peacefulness pervaded the town of Samdrup Jongchar. We met our new guides, Tashi and Karma. Tomorrow we head to the ...

The lunch at Ongchilo

A travel blog entry by wolfsea on Apr 22, 2011

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... got and I loved it. It was a real honour visiting them. This, was the highlight on the journey.

Late in the afternoon we bid them farewell. We crawled back to the highway. And now it felt really like a highway. We speed towards Samdrup Jongkhar and headed straight into the biggest, worst and longest roadworks ever. Almost 60 km of dirt, holes and slow traffic. But we made it. At approx. 20 hrs we made it into the Mountain Hotel. Safe in Samdrup Jongkhar.



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