- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and headed to the bus station. I waited 30 mins and the bus didn't show...I felt just as I had in Amsterdam!! Literally. To make matters worse, my phone was dying. After waiting for so long and seeing no sign of a bus, I eventually gave up and decided just to walk home...approximately five kilometers back to my house...ha ha (*nervous laugh*). Just as I started walking, my landlord (who also owns the Crossfit box I had just been at), messaged me and ...
The last day or so has been quiet, we haven't gone far and focused on practice and being around the Stupa. Tues afternoon however we had been invited for afternoon tea with Marina and her husband, we know them from Gomde in the UK. They have an apartment here and have spent a lot of time here since the mid 90's. Marina had many stories to tell of her meetings with Tulku Urgyen, the father of our teachers and one of the most accomplished masters of this ...
Well just under a week to go and time for a little reflection. What makes this place special? It is crowded, noisy and full of scenes of great suffering at times.... but it is also full of a sense of community, people coming together and laughing and crying together, it is full of a sense of freedom where people can come and practice a spiritual path and ...
... as we did last Sunday, a lot of people there today but all were blessed with wonderful teachings on The Great Perfection or Dzogchen. We have been invited back to meet Rinpoche and his wife on Wed and all of us to celebrate Xmas on Thu there by practicing Chod!!!! His wife said that sounds unusual for Xmas... But Xmas is for giving and so is Chod... Giving up all grasping to all that we hold dear!!! Afterwards over lunch we met Julia from Romania and also Vincent from France who ...
... it was time to head off. Sharena's amazing older brother Sunny drove all the way up from Swindon that morning to pick us up. So we packed our things up into the car and headed south.
It was a long drive down, crossing the country from the northeast to the southwest. In about 4.5hrs we went from one side of England to the other. We passed the time talking and sharing stories. UK freeways are so much more crowded than the one's back home in Canada, ...