Apple Valley Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bit more of an adventurous stop this one. Today we went trekking in the hills, saw snow, and had some beautiful views of the Himalayas and surrounding towns and villages. Not too hot, not too cold, so perfect weather really for trekking up and down hills and over some steep boulders. Tomorrow we are off for a mountain biking trip before I start my trip to Sydney! Be leaving the hotel at 9:30 Thursday morning, and arriving in Sydney at 6am Saturday, so it could be ...
... clearly not there originally when the house was built or when the biographer wrote the book, unless he was playing games. However battling through undergrowth already made it feel much more of an adventure. Across the narrow road and elevated yet more still I could see the tops of a roof or two and so I continued across the road and towards them. It was at this point that I hit the barbed wire. ****. I followed it towards a gateway and could just ...
... bonfire, and after acquiring some extra blankets, the girls and I escaped to our tent to attempt sleep, while being serenaded by our guide and shop keepers with their voices and a solo flute. Hours later I was still awake, whimpering, fearful I would freeze to death. When the sun was finally up, the sky completely clear, and realization set in that I had indeed made it through the night, I once again was so grateful for where I was and continued to be in ...
... to be getting off...when a bus breaks down in Indian it's every man for himself. So we found someone to order us a taxi (they could fit past the bus) and we shared the cab with a Polish couple.
We wandered around McLeod Ganj, it was about 9pm at this point, we tried a few places but they were full. A man ushered us into his hotel & we got a huge room with amazing views of the mountains and the valleys for 2.50 each, worth the hassle.
... his time, we exchange greetings and have a few words after which he touches my arm in way of a blessing and I turn to continue downstairs. I literally turn to keep going when it struck me who I’d just been speaking to, it was the actual 'Dalai Lama', I couldn’t believe my luck and I’d just been blessed by him. I got to the bottom of the stairs and I did take a quick discrete picture and although he has aged from photos I ...