There was something unfortunate in our vernacular daily today. Later, I found out that it was all over in the international press.
A significant shift in a stand leaning more towards primary healthcare and public health happened in me during a 6 month posting in Andaman soon after the Tsunami in December 2004. I was part of the initial disaster response team sent from EHA.
Well, the first reaction you have of that place is the amazing beauty of the islands. I hope to share few of the snaps I took during the 6 months. I know that the snaps are too assorted. Unfortunately, I'm sure that I'll take quite a lot of time to sort them out . . . So, kindly excuse . . .
|Snap taken to send home . . .|
|One of the umpteen snaps taken of the rock formations along the sea . . .|
|Reminder of the independence struggle... Gallows at the cellular jail...|
|Cellular Jail . . .|
|Reminder of the earthquake . . .|
|Road to Mount Harriet|
|Ferry crossing at Baratang . . . On the way to Rangat . . .|
|Again reminders of the earthquake . . .|
|Tents at the relief camps . . .|
|Our clinic in progress . . .|
|Hutbay . . .|
|Destruction at Hutbay . . .|
|School in progress at Hutbay|
|The team . . .|
|Crab Poo . . .|
|Photo response to a friend who sent me a snap of his posh office . . .|
|Mud volcano . . .|