Athiti Hotel

Address: Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Dharamsala, is near Kangra Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Dharamsala

Being in the now

A travel blog entry by blaik on May 25, 2015


... Shiatsu in New York and practising yoga for over 15 years and often drawn to learning different approaches to life. While wandering the first week we were fortunate to find a mediation center called Tushita which has been operating for the past 40 years and well regarded, they offer intensive 10 day silent retreats and also daily drop in classes. We decided to give a drop in class a try and have been back 3-4 times a week for the past 6 weeks totally inspired by an ...

Talia ' s Walk to School

A travel blog entry by blaik on Apr 28, 2015


... down a weave of streets and paths including a steap rocky terrain(which is a major safety hazard).We cross a rubbish strewn river bed which is lined with stinging nettle, but a local showed us a plant the numbs the pain (and it grows right next to the nettle).After that we reach the school gate(AKA the finish line).Yay.��

The walk is beautiful and fun (ish)��
Missing everyone and Waiheke.��
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Hike towards the snow line.

A travel blog entry by dhruti.sawant on Dec 20, 2014

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... to the souls of the war heroes in honour of their sacrifice for the sake of our country in the post independence era.
Within an hour, we reached the Chamunda Devi Mandir in palampur. We entered a dhaba first cause we were starving and needed to make up for all the exercise in the morning. We ate the most delicious paneer masala with roti and rajma chaval and couldn't help but ask for ...

Horn Please!

A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 30, 2014

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... our daily lives outside of Tushita.

Our final meditation sessions were very sentimental since we had our last "quiet" dinner, and our last quiet night. After the night meditation we went to the stupa and everyone at Tushita lit butter lamps which are basically candles, and reflected on the time spent on the mountain.

Trying hard not to cry, or laugh, we went to bed anxious for the next morning. During breakfast we spoke more than in ten days, and ...

'As she chuckled at my naivety..'

A travel blog entry by jeckfernandez on Aug 19, 2014

One volunteer said to me the other day 'you're such a feminist aren't you?' However I regretfully have not shared the feminist view all my life. Probably up until 2010, I was only 'I', Jacqueline Fernandez was my identity and I wanted to do what I wanted and I only represented me. Selfish, I know. Whilst I as 'Jacqueline Fernandez' would never change, I soon learnt that I represent more than just an individual. I am part of a 'we'. I am a woman. I am an ethnic minority. I ...