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... resting his face on his automatic gun would have paid as much attention to the passenger security as the metal detector team!
ChandiChowk was our final destination and is one of the busiest markets in old Delhi, and it certainly lived up to its reputation. Once more, a familiar landscape unfolded, masses and masses of people crammed into the smallest of spaces peddling their wares and earning a living in this over populated swarming mass of shops, stalls and sellers. ...
... results. The other two students get to spend the day with the in-patient doctor. This consists of ward rounds, seeing patients who can't be bothered to wait in line at out-patients and seeing emergency patients. Another doctor looks after the TB ward (which we haven't visited yet) and there are visits to the Nursing Home (run by the Tibetan Government) and Antenatal Clinic when there are enough doctors to go around. I was lucky enough to visit the ...
... us to our deaths.
In the end though, it was our lack of oxygen which had stopped us from going very fast, and after much effort and encouragement form each other, we made it to our final destination at 4800 metres- A dull, snowy field surrounded by two boulders to which the first question uttered by someone was; “Is this supposed to be base camp?” And I don’t blame their confusion. All along I’d ...
... it precisely. I could see the little people below, the rope-way, the forests and the snow-capped mountains in the far surroundings. It was simply exhilarating. This was definitely going in my bucket list. We were (floating) in the air for 10-15 mins, he slowly glided us down and the best part was the landing. It was just like a flight landing, but in my case it was my ass instead of the wheels! As soon as we landed the photographers swarmed us showing us ...
... himself, and all he said as my eyes met him was "you're welcome."
If I ever return to India, I will start here, in Dharmsala. This is where the Dalai Lama lives, where the Tibetan government exile sits, and where 100,00 Tibetan refugees have poured in since the Chinese decided to invaded the World's highest platuea. Tibet's struggle is heart wrenching. Since the occupation, 1.2 million Tibetans have been killed through torture, labor camps, ...