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... in McLeod Ganj where His Holiness the Dalai Lama lives and has his temple.
That day also happened to be Saka Dawa or the celebration of the Buddha’s birth, death and enlightenment. There were festivities down in McLeod as well as at Tushita. After finding a sweet guest house with a family who has 3 beautiful cows out front and a room with a great view I rested a bit, changed, had breakfast and then spent the majority of the day at Tushita. We read the Sutra ...
... gradient and would be 6km up. It eventually levelled out and gave us a great view of McCleodganj below and the Residence of the Dalia Lama. It looked very impressive. We could even see as far as Dharamsala where we could see the Cricket stadium, home of the Punjab XI T20 Cricket team. Going up the track was ok and the trek itself was decent enough (no way as hard as the Inca Trail). As we continued to climb though the altitude began to get to us and we had to stop a few ...
... could continue with the practise without being religious and he says it's just common sense anyway. He explains how most peoples minds are a mess and we can never 'do nothing' in the west because we'd be confronted with our restless thoughts. Even just sitting concentrating on our breath for one minute can be almost impossible. The following day I go to the nearby town of Bagsu and see the waterfall there. I learn how to cook an Indian dish and drop into ...
Today has been pretty relaxing I drop off my laundry. Yea clean clothes!!! Then I went to the day care although the taxi was very late so I was an hour late getting to the daycare but it was still a fun day, I let the kids use my Camara and I have a lot of close ups of myself and some pictures of the kids but it was really cut to see them playing with the Camara. After the daycare we went for lunch and stepped outside our usual cafe and tried somewhere new and ...
... Indians come here to go to Manimahesh Lake, supposedly where Shiva lived, and we bumped into what we assume where Shiva worshippers with very interesting outfits. Bharmour is almost at the end of the valley and there are no roads going on. We originally thought about trekking over to the Lahaul valley to reach the Spiti Valley, but as this included a 5000 metre pass, we decided not to. Instead, we headed back to Chamba from where we could take the very long way round to the Spiti ...