Grand View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... compel you to jump, she claimed. I thought this would be a great moment to tell her that if I sense such spirit, I will pray in Yeshua's name that the spirits be scattered and return not. This, of course, prompted her to tell me the joke of three religious people, a Hindu, a Buddhist and a Christian went to a cliff. The Hindu jumped and while chanting Shiva's name and was saved by her, the Buddhist chanted Buddha's name and was saved by him and the Christian chanted ...
... never had a tourist visa before, every single visa I've had have had expiration date well before I've left the country or changed my status. This is why I was under the wrong impression. Nevertheless the mistake is made, now I have a few choices. Choice one, rescheduling my flight ticket, which should cost about 150 dollars and leave on the 15th. This means that if I finish work on Friday, I will have only a few days to travel, if that. Choice two: I've heard that if you overstay ...
This was an interesting morning. Lhundup told me during rounds that he was going to the Old People's Home this morning as asked if I'd like to come. Of course I wanted to come. I have heard much about this place, commissioned by Tibetan government, this is the assisted living place of the elderly here. It was very interesting that being old is not so much of a bad thing here. People will not be offended to be called old and use alternative words like senior or elderly. ...
Hi everyone, this is my third blog post, I hope you have enjoyed them so far! This is the last day I have in Dharamsala so far I have had lots of fun in India. In the morning we go to our normal shop called the coffee talk I get a brownie and chai tea. Then we walk though the markets and go to the Tibetan children's village (it's a school but we call it the Tibetan children's village.) To get to the ...
... did, from 7am until 5pm. First of all a gruff emergency doctor prodded at Brad's side (causing him to yelp) and said it wasn't appendicitis, but said he should have a urine test anyway. He gave him a few jabs for anti nausea, pain killers etc, gave him a form,he had to pay the princely sum of 50c for a urine test to be done (oh, and plus a urine sample pot for 18c which he had to by from the canteen -seriously, the canteen!), then jostle madly with ...