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... There were hundreds of people and I didn't really know what was going on but we followed the crowd and went with the flow. I was glad to have some company though, as the whole thing was a little daunting because the crowds weren't really under control.
The guy I met then had to go and meet and a friend, so I got a tuk tuk back to the hostel, as it was dark and the road to the hostel is well, a big hill and dark. When I got back to the hostel, there was a group of seven or ...
... and physiotherapists here. This means some of the old-school staff are
performing techniques that are 30 years out-of-date. However, some areas are evidently well
funded, for example, a young patient with early rheumatoid arthritis may well receive
government-funded infliximab despite a price tag in the 1000’s of pounds per
Time for some much-needed tourism of the hill country
this weekend. Fingers-crossed for minimal monsoon ...
We spent the morning in Kandy, taking a short walking tour around the center of the city. After we did some souvenir shopping before having lunch at a rooftop restaurant. We then continued into the mountains so we could reach our next destination and take part in some whitewater rafting. Once we settled in our rooms by the river, we headed upstream to collect our helmets, flotation jackets and paddles. After a safety talk we jumped in our rafts ...
Sunday 14th December Well that information about the train not being so full on a Sunday turned out to be wrong! No seat at all this time and so we were in the end space on our bags between the carriages. The bags were quite comfy to sit on but Roz was worried I would fall out of the open door. Luckily a man came and sat in the doorway thus jamming us and our luggage safely inside. Nice breeze through the doorway but more than two and a half hours would have been grim especially ...
... in this trip? My guess is never. But nevermind, I'll risk my freedom scoring opium outside Luang Prabang police station as per last time.
Like I said, conflict and consternation. Liza got off the train in tears. Which is no way to catch a lift five miles to the next stop, Nuwara Elija. Luckily Nuwara Elija had some benefits, one of which was being largely hassle free. Hot and humid with the ...