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Kathalagh and Terah. Lying at the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range
of the Himalayas,
Spread in 14 sq. km. its name comes from the legendary British governor General Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by splendid vegetation such as deodars, oaks, pines and flowering rhododendron the whole ...
... the advice of a Tibetan Doctor for two main points : 1) Preventive travel medecine, for malaria, dengue fever, dhiarrhea, food poisoning, etc... 2) The stiffness I still feel in my legs, mostly because of my knees. So he said that I would be better off looking at the general health of my body to find the source of the problem for the second case. He took my pulse from each arm and then went on questioning me about my mental state, memory ...
... because there are no sidewalks and the streets are to tight for both vehicles and pedestrians, no one would move if they didn't honk. I could imagine how peaceful this place would be if they didn't allow vehicles at all. At least in this town anyways. This is monsoon season and they say that it rains here more than anywhere else in India during this time. It's not that bad thou, the weather is still warm and it's only pours for a few minutes at a time. ...
... traditional Kashmiri coat thing).
After talking to lots of people we went on a bit of an adventure. 2 buses and a shared taxi later and we were up in the Himalayas! The journey was even quite an adventure - we almost sparked a riot getting the taxi and one of the buses was so crowded that a nice old man let Matt sit on his lap for 10km! We had come to a town called Gulmarg, about 2600m ASL. There were huge snow drifts that were slowly melting. ...
Well after a pretty busy week I have a minute to write. On Tuesday a monk set himself on fire in Nepal at 730 in the morning. His name was Karma Nyedon Gyatso. His self immolation marks the 121st. The monks and people of Tibet are self immolating as support to the Tibetan cause and as protest to the Chinese governments oppression of the Tibetan people. To pay respect to the monk there was a candle light march done by the youth congress. It was ...