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... the hospital. The chief medical officer (big boss) was away and we would meet him later in the week. The matron, Choeke (CHOOKIE) also joins these meetings where the patients are handed on to the next in-patient doctor rostered on. These meetings are great, the doctors go through each patient in the wards, new admissions and discharges, and discuss management, etc. It's a good way to start each day. The rest of the day one of us goes with the rostered ...
... o’clock in the evening, hair brushed, shirt and trousers, he looked so smart; his family were dressed up smartly as well and they gave me a massive present wrapped up neatly and with a bow. It was an A4 photo-frame with a Christian bible reference in it; it was so nice and thoughtful. Ravi is a true legend and such a lovely guy; I’ll definitely miss him. (Also can’t believe I forgot to get a photo!)
... started by a British woman, Norah Roberts in the early 1900’s. S. Sobha Sing, a very well known Indian artist also lived there with his wife. He is best known for his portraits and has done many of the Sikh gurus, as well as Gandhi in addition to painting and giving faces to many of the Hindu gods and goddesses. They have a small museum there in his home and tours of the entire house. It seemed like it was in the middle of nowhere and I really ...
... run by this crazy Italian guy. We go out for dinner later at the Bhoj place I met B at in Kasol previously and they love the place. We chill there for a good while, having a great laugh and joking about.
I go to update my blog etc, only to find pretty much everyone I know worried about me, emailing me left right and centre checking if I'm still alive after a few days away from the web! I'm amazed. I suspected a few emails from my dad and mum ...
... we were surrounded by dense lush forest. I was certain that the gigantic mosquito that bit me coming out of the restaurant was a Malaria carrying Anopheles species. Moti told me he also was bitten at the bazaar. "What altitude are we at?" I asked "About 1,800 m" he replied. Bugger, I thought, Anopheles species do not inhabit areas above 2,000 m. We were both convinced we had contracted Malaria.
Close up, Rawalsar Lake although situated ...
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