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Thread: Arunachal Pradesh - The land of the dawn lit mountains

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    Enjoyed that. Hope to come along on one of your trips one day.
    The food sounds great. Nothing like fresh meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timaloy View Post
    The usual terrific fare from you Squire. The photos alone are terrific. These, along with your others would make for a terrific book.
    I've been lucky enough to visit India twice (with work) & absolutely love the place. A trip like this is very much on my 'To do' list, sooner rather than later but there is no way I'll be going on one where I can hear my food being slaughtered!
    Thanks I'm not keen on the executions either but when in Rome and all that... Get out there sooner would be my advice. The place is changing fast. It's such a beautiful place though and one of the nicest trips I've done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brut33 View Post
    Enjoyed that. Hope to come along on one of your trips one day.
    The food sounds great. Nothing like fresh meat.
    You'd be welcome along The meat was fresh for sure but tough as old boots. All muscle from years spent running for it's life I guess!

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    Bloody hell thats a proper adventure and really lovely photos to compliment the story .. thank you for taking the time to share it with us all ... Brilliant !

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    Wow what an adventure, truly superb pictures....
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    Fantastic RR and photos thanks for sharing

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    Excellent read, I have been here for the last 2 years and i know what you mean
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    Simply stunning captured beautifully in some great photos monkeyboy. I'll come back to this thread when the time is right for me. One day...one day.

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