Apple Valley Resort
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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 ...
... to catch a glimpse of his holiness before sitting back down and tuning in on our fm radio for the next lesson. It was certainly memorable to have seen the now resigned political leader in his home of 50 years, but throughout our time here we became aware of the underlying and unrelinquishing sadness bubbling below the surface of every exiled Tibetans calm demeanor. A large number of the youth have been born in India, although ...
... t there, so we spent 21.12.12 at a midnight campfire on the hillside instead of meditating along with his holiness.
We spent our time here constructively, completing a reiki level one course on Xmas day, trekking in the ...
... group of Holy Indian men in golden robes. I waited where the Dalai Lama leaves the inner Temple. Just as he was coming out, one of the Taiwanese women in his entourage bent down to put on her shoes and the Dalai Lama nearly ran into her. He walked by acknowledging as many people as he could and he was helped down the stairs by 2 assiting monks. He is 77 years old and his attention is on the crowd not on the stairs so he needs their help. By the ...
... Dalai Lama was just here on April 1st to consecrate a huge statue/stupa(?) to Padmasambhava that has a new monastery attached to it.
The other event this spot is known for is in the 17th century, Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs met to plan the resistance against the Mughals' ethnic cleansing. There are Hindu and Sikh temples here.
There's a cave around here where Padmasambhava meditated that I plan to visit.