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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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After Amritsar we headed for Dharmasala, the home of the Dalai Lama. Dharmasala is a collection of guest houses, hanging precariously to the side of a mountain surrounded by Tibetan Refugee houses covered in Prayer Flags. The town is full of hippy dippy foreigners seeking enlightenment, the shops contain everything we could possibly want as foreigners… well almost. Navigating the ...
... photo in order to obtain such mi or items as an indian Sim card, registration for a yoga course and even send a package home. The postal red tape didn't stop there though, every package must be packed a very specific way and we were directed to the shop next door by the post office. There sat an old man behind sewing machine... Confused we presented our intended items to mail (yak wool slippers no less) to the gentleman and he proceeded to measure out ...
... so I just sent over the document with its password and prayed for the best. While there, I also managed to get the name card laminated. For better or worse, its going to be a unique piece of souvenir from this journey. For some reason, I was very irritable that morning. I think the traveling is starting to take its toll on me. I long to go home again. I wanted to finish the book, The Kindness of Stranger Rinzin lent me before I leave, it is one of those things ...
... a few SOAP notes. The down side is that he pimps A LOT! It was worse than doing surgery with Luk! There was that guy Tashi, who is pretty much a new grad which means he is at my level, pretty much exactly. The difference is that he was born here and therefore knows the infectious pathology a bit better. I think a good analogy is that the medical director, which they call chief medical officer, is like the only attending here, all the rest are pretty much ...
... as manifested through my intention.
I felt great about my role and having a sense of purpose in serving with deep gratitude. Afterwards we could talk again and it was both joyful and awkward. I wanted to stay inside partly and wanted to share my joy in celebration, ah and its all empty and blissful ultimately. This day was a very special one for us all. ...