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Dalhousie - Himachal Pradesh
Dalhousie is known as India's Switzerland and was set up by the
British Empire in India in 1853 as a summer retreat for its troops and
bureaucrats. Dalhousie is at an altitude of 6,000 and 9,000 feet (2,700 m)
above sea level. The hill station is built around five ...
... the pink stuff but while here, in Dharamsala in 2010, I decided to visit a Tibetan doctor, who happened to be HHDL's personal doctor, possibly one of a few, I would think. He prescribed me some natural products over a 6 months period but the problem was really gone within two. Still, I took everything for the whole duration, into 2011. Since then, I had heartburns only a few times and haven't been bothered by reflux at all. So, now, I decided ...
So I've been in McLeodganj for a couple more days now. It's one of these places that draw you in. Maybe it's the Tibetan culture or maybe the slow pace of life. It could be the way the town sits on the edge of the mountain on the cusp of rolling down. Either way, it's quite relaxing. The only downside is the constant honking of every vehicle that passes by on these mini streets, but this is India, and vehicle honking is a part of their culture. They say ...
... and came to Kashmir and is actually buried here. The temple is quite... controversial and so has been closed to tourists but we managed to sneak a quick photo. We were very lucky in that when we stepped out of our taxi the first person offering us accommodation had a house boat which turned out to be both very cheap and a really nice place to stay. It was family run and they cooked us delicious food, gave us loads of information, lent me a sim card and Matt ...
... I can't go to the market without seeing someone I know and living with six other girls has been a very interesting experience we have kinda became a little family and as people start to go home it really sad because it means that my great adventure is starting to come to an end. But it's not quite the end of my trip I still have four more days before I have to pack my bags and head back to Canada and I plan to enjoy these ...