Hotel Madhuban Highlands
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... I would always take seven photos at seven different exposure levels and combine them to make my HDR photos. When you take seven photos that will later be combined, you HAVE to use a tripod – otherwise the photos wouldn’t line up properly. So in Bangkok, I always used a tripod – and I brought one of my big, heavy tripods with me on this trip as well. It turns out I could have saved myself the trouble. I haven’t used it once. It takes ...
... opposite direction from the one we usually go. The ruin was quite spectacular, as was the view from there.
Mussoorie, Saturday, 13 April, 2013
After our breakfast and internet session at the Vishnu Palace Hotel, Gregory and I walked the Camel’s Back Road to the main post office in the center of town so that I could mail a batch of the medicine that I had bought for Scott. The post office employee asked me what was in the package, so I ...
... to mention countless hours of construction noise disturbance. And I’m not even going to mention the risk of being gang raped by the staff there, as suggested by my friend Tony in his comment to my last blog posting.
I wasn’t sure if my stomach was well yet, but at the same time I didn’t know if I would be able to make the move across town with all of my baggage on an empty stomach. So I had a hearty bowl of cereal for breakfast to ...
... I realise that my well-mannered polite Britishness is a millstone around my neck. It dissolves daily in the war of attrition you must wage to buy a coffee, cross the street, board a train. For a nation that can be so polite and so helpful, the people of India can also be terribly rude. But rudeness is in the eye of the beholder and I decide not to behold anything but my end goal, which is to meet Bharat Shetty. I bump frail old ladies out of my way, accelerate ...
... the tubing through the nose it can be gently pushed back
so that it eventually comes down to the back of the throat and you can pull it
out your mouth and basically “floss” the passage. I have to say it was quite an
experience to feel parts of my inner body that I have taken for granted and
never really noticed- I still can’t pull the tubing out my mouth though since
my gag reflex takes over every time but I do appreciate the practice.