|Suspicion among fellow human beings whether the other is infected or not has started to become the order of the day||An experience … may be the worst one as it clearly reflects the attitude of the bureaucracy of a country which boasts itself as a developed nation|
|Tampa, a short and a stocky guy who insisted that everybody takes a pony due to the high altitude||After the visit we got back to our rooms and relaxed|
Entering into Gunji, we were given a warm welcome by the ITBP officials with a hot tea and snacks.
|Swarad who had been to the yatra four times earlier||In between flights, we used to go out for a smoke and discuss varied subjects|
|But the worst was yet to come on my return to Malaysia in the form of Malaysian Customs||It was at that moment that he recorded a flash of light at the other end of the lake which was a wonderful view|
He was nothing but a child with beard and moustache.29