@ 3 September 2015- India

Traditional Nagaland people's artifacts in a traditional colonial house we stayed at
Traditional Nagaland people’s artifacts in a traditional colonial house we stayed at

We stayed in Kohima for an additional day instead of moving on due to the very heady rain that had occurred over night and continued through the day and we needed to get a bit of washing sorted.

The hotel we stayed at was lovely as it was an old English colonial house with various tradional “Nagaland people’s” artifacts displayed. Oh, there was also a lovely little dog that made us feel very welcome.

Kohima town itself is basically built on the side of a mountain  with roads and property clinging onto the hillside, making navigation very difficult (even on foot) and due to land slide in the wet season, roads fall apart which the locals just work around.

More traditional items from the Naga People
More traditional items from the Naga People

 

Steve found a new friend while staying in Kohima
Steve found a new friend while staying in Kohima
Downtown Kohima town
Downtown Kohima town

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