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... I was able to tell them who I was and why I was sitting on their couch. They were very kind and they offered me chai and snacks. Finally the AIESEC girl, Sweta, came home. She was also very nice and we ate supper with her family. After supper she took me to walk around the market, and then we spent the evening talking.
The next day I was left alone with her grandmother as everybody else had to go to work or school. Her grandmother was friendly, and ...
... more, but you are never able to pick the entire field of flowers
religion my talk, but morals are what must walk
I also found out his classroom discussed our decision to invade Iraq for one MONTH. Quite amazing. Before the night was over, a couple other Tibetan friends joined, as it was a goodbye evening for one of the guys (heading to Ladakh where there are more tourists to open a massage clinic and let a friend run his clinic ...
I was awakened at 4:30 am, drenched in sweat, by a knock at my door. My friends Tomak and Michal wanted to know if I would accompany them to Kaza in the Spiti Valley, or if I would stay one more day to rest. Our hotel in Keylong was not the type of place I wanted to hang around in, so even though I was still feeling sick, I decided to join them for the 6-7 hour trip to Kaza. After a couple of hours on the bus, it started to ...
... I'll head to Leh after that.
This morning I got up at 5am and hauled myself up another hill to Jakoo Temple. I heard it is nice at dawn. It's 300m higher than here - about a km of steep climbing, like ***** Hill in Bangor leading to St Mary's.
What a monumental waste of my life. Not only was it exhausting, but it wasn't impressive, the view was obscured by ...
At the pass, the cold high-altitude wind blew hard from the Himalayan Parvati Valley into the relatively drier Pin Valley, or so we thought. We rested behind sheltering chortens and rocks, looking into an unfamiliar valley, about to leave the Parvati Valley behind. Is the summit, the pass always the climax of the trip? In our case, it was. I'm not trying to spoil everything by beginning with our goal accomplished. After all, I am ...