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... pilgrims do. Check in your shoes and hit the massive cafeteria. To the clanging of hundreds of used plates a hungry pilgrim finds a place in the long lines sitting in the hall eager to receive a big spoon full of sweet rice.
Next a small moat rinses the feet, down the steps, and a huge man-made lake comes into view. The golden temple is in the middle of the lake connected by a long walkway. The team, in small groups, explored the temple complex, listened to ...
... spontaneous song arise in this last time together and feeling so grateful to know him and have him as a friend. We made rough plans for me to come visit him in Delhi sometime after the retreat and before I go on the Buddhist pilgrimage to Nepal, but not discussing the possibility of him coming which was an option a month ago. It doesn’t feel like the right thing now, so I let it go. We shall see what comes of our connection.
... s worse is that when someone mounts a camel, you start with the animal's belly is on the ground. Then it stands up by putting its hind legs up first (which tilts the rider 45 degrees forward) followed by its front legs (which tilts you all the way back again). Hang on! Fortunately, the camels had comfortable saddles and Edie was pleasantly surprised at how well-behaved and mellow they were. Amanda clearly looked more relaxed than Edie so she was allowed to ride her camel solo rather ...
... special sweets or fireworks. Women have been using chalk to decorate their walks. There are garlands of marigolds and plastic flowers everywhere; on buildings, vehicles gates and animals. As soon as darkness falls, the fireworks start to explode. At times it sounds like buildings are falling, at others like cannon roaring in the street. From the rooftop, li could see explosions all around, the sky, which is always a bit ...
Having arrived at a reasonable time, mid afternoon, we were able to squeeze in a little taste of Dharamsala, a town annexed by the British and Gurkhas in 1848. A short walk in lower Dharamsala proved fruitless but it was still enjoyable to stretch the legs and take in some views and join the locals wandering around with the monkeys, goats and cows seemingly very much part of urban life. The walk back to the Hotel in the cooler ...