We filled our tanks, 23rd October, 6:30 AM
And made this shopkeeper happy by doing his jatara for the day
We traveled miles through tea gardens of Assam
While we waited for our friends in the RRT gypsy car who got lost, we visited these maidams, the tombs of the great Ahom kings and queens
This lovely couple also came and took some pictures of each other
This beautiful tree at Sonari, Assam is a landmark for one Muslim Hotel where they cook delicious Beef meat. We considered packing some meat in the vaccine carrier which has ice packs, but dropped the idea as the carrier contains precious blood samples
Beautiful waterfalls, just before Mon.
The ADC guest house where we camped
Loud and clear, showing in which part of the world we are
Preliminary discussions and preparations the night before the investigation
Dr. Kevi tried the safety precaution wears
A Morung at Wakching, destination village
This was Civil Hospital before the 2nd World War. It was a nostalgic moment for our team member Dr. Kevi Sekhose as his grandpa worked here in thooose days
|The Wakching Primary Health Centre of today, sadly not so much improvement since the one before WW II|
The drinking water source. One of the suspected source of infection for the disease outbreak under investigation.
ENPO has been demanding separate statehood for the four Districts of Mon, Tuensang, Longleng, and Kiphire
This Dr. SMS claims to have permanent treatment for Sex, Dental, etc.
The glory of Wakching
Back to Mon town. The town has a considerable no. of thatched houses along with many fine concrete buildings
On our way back, friends bought Rs. 3000 worth of this..................................
In Nagaland, whichever part we go, there is deforestation. This is a serious concern
Not often...when the one behind the camera gets to come in front of it