Travel Blogs from Dalhousie
My last weekend in India! The trip has seemed to go by so quick! On Saturday I went to a yoga class which was really fun a few people in the class were taking part in a five day course to become a yoga instructor so it was fun to learn about all the postures in detail then as the class is going on I look over at Lauren and I notice that she is three postures behind and then I look over again and I realize that she has in ...
... and I wish we had had the time to explore the complex.
One of the highlights in the area is the Kalatop forest which is home to the Deodar trees and the Chamba Valley. The road traverses the hills and is a spectacular sight.
Glad we were able to see this hill station. Will we go back,? ? Probably not.,,,
**I must note that the picture of DPS taken at night is a borrowed one**
... that acting out your negative emotions of reacting in negative ways are not good things to do.
... the side of a forested mountain holding a strong influence of Tibetan culture. It is lovely and, at the moment, perfect.
It is not always this perfect. But it is the peacefulness of this atmosphere and the beauty of this culture and peoples that easily offsets the difficult times like the series of problems I endured in getting here.
I stay for a few days before moving eastward to another ...
Note: I don't mean to come across as a bigot by assuming the masculine, but so far I haven't run across any female taxi drivers. The profession is probably too dangerous for women given their vulnerability with passengers seated behind and the potential for being directed to a remote area. However there are many female police officers, which isn't exactly a safe job either...but at least in that case they have weapons and combat training.
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