Hotel Asian Plaza
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... br> uralte, teils handbetriebene Karussels, Hüpfburg, Zuckerwatte,
kreischende Kinder, Marktstände umringt von auf Schnäppchen
erpichte Hausfrauen. Total faszinierend da durchzulaufen....wenn man
da so an unsre Volksfeste so denkt...Die Tage hier in McLeod beginnen und enden meistens auf der Terasse
unsres Hotels. Einfach zu schön, der Ausblick hier. Der Jahrmarkt
ist am nächsten Tag leider verschwunden, aber die Stadt gibt auch so
Leeanne and I took a car from Delhi to Dharamsala. It took 12 hours and I think our driver was a maniac. He started out fine. We stopped at an Havali to go to the toilet at about 10:30 but the driver took himself off for a meal and disappeared for 45 minutes! Back on the road there were new estates of high rise apartments being built, really modern expensive apartments, gated cities really with swimming pools etc. Then about 10 kms of nothing ...
... resume a manger de bonne chose et quand meme j'ai eut la chance de pouvoir aller vois un Amshi (docteur tibetain), l'ancien du Dalai Lama qui apres avoir seulement touche mon pouls, a pu dire ce qui n'allait pas (je savais ce que c'etait), et donc j'ai le droit depuis, de manger des pillules d'herbes tibetaines tres ameres 2 fois par jours!!!
... tomorrow, no idea where or how long, but I have seen all I need to see here (which isn’t very much)
As was told to me in an email, "I could have taken a walk down Lady Margaret road into Southall and saved shedloads of money and seen pretty much what I have seen here"
Found a place that does real coffee (in big mugs) so stopped three, looking out the window, there is a mountain still with snow on it, ...
... insightful monk.
For those of you who aren't familiar with the current situation in Tibet. Since 1959, the 14th Dalai Lama has been living in India in exile from Chinese occupation. It has been a sad story; Tibet has been occupied by the Chinese communist part for over 50 years. The Dalai Lama and Tibetan people living in India are mostly refugees, once brave souls who left their homeland, escaping through the Himalayas with ...