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... have slipped since leaving MK, poor show on my behalf. At the meal though they presented me with a couple of leaving presents, a great cross pen set and some cufflinks and a tie that look awesome and definitely be getting some use when I return to the UK and search for a career! It was a really great night and really great send off.
Thursday came around and I gave Ravi (the tuctuc driver) a present of my own to say thanks for everything he had done for ...
There was less traffic, and fewer people on the side of the road waving to me. It felt a bit more "out there".
... a bit more action packed and involved me nearly losing an eyebrow! We were shuffled and squeezed into a tiny chamber and made to stand against the wall. The very young and shiny eyed holy man serving in this shrine then proceeded to splash water over us from a natural stream that ran through the rocks here, before uncovering the gas vent which suddenly burst into flame from a nearby candle sending a fireball roaring through the ...
... came walking through. People on both sides of the walkway bowed and his Holiness, in golden robes over his maroon robe, touched some people and waved gently to everyone (much like the Pope), smiling radiantly all the way. The Dalai Lama and his entourage climbed the steps to our level and slowly made their way to the Temple interior. The Dalai Lama took his place on a high throne type seat in the middle of the Temple. So began the teaching ...
... for we will need a little care to get us through, it seemed that very little was all that needed to be done, except to relax and make good use of the predictably stunning scenery. Old manali, where there are hippie shops and cheap guesthouses, is connected to new manali where the normal people live, by a road running alongside a small but old section of tall straight cedar forest inhabited by a troupe of monkeys and the odd itinerant cow. It's ...