Hotel Asian Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... best time for it. After all, sometimes I do get sick easier after a long stressful time and some sudden relaxation, like the circumstance with my visa. Who knows. I spent the majority of the morning hiding in Rinzin's dental clinic because being in the outpatient clinic is the last thing I wanted to do today. She was not busy this morning so we ended up watching a movie together. I felt somewhat better. Rinzin said Lobsang, the other dentist sharing the room did not like my ...
... to distinguish between a messianic Jew and a Christian so I had to pick a term that is largely understandable to these folks. They immediately talked to me about His Holiness' recognition of Christianity's virtue, more along the line of their social services. Well, good for him. They avidly claim that they do not believe in God, well, sadness, the universe just spurn into being according to these very religious and decently spiritual people. No wonder I've heard the saying ...
... conversation and it turned out the girl, called Molly, is from Maine, graduated from Brandise and is traveling extensively and on her own. She appeared to be drawn to the Tibetan culture the same way I am. She told me about an institute where you can volunteer and teach English. I therefore decided to join her later which turned out to be a lot of fun. These are free sessions for anyone who wants to learn English, Tibetans, Indian and Nepalis alike. A lot of ...
... Dharamshala where the touristy part of town (and our hotel of course) was located. The drive started out very smooth and we were enthralled by the new more rural scenery that was a pretty stark contrast to the big city in Delhi. We saw far more cows on the side of the road and also in the road as we started the drive and our guide explained to us that the town of Dharamshala is split into two parts, upper and lower. The lower part is where most of the Indian population ...
... several Tibetan Associations in Exile. Gu Chu Sum in particular was very interesting. It's a movement created to help Tibetan political prisoners in exile. We had the opportunity to attend a conversation class with the students of the Gu Chu Sum school, where we heard their life stories and all that they had to go through to be here now. It was very inspiring and heartbreaking to see that after all they've been through they keep smiling and hoping for a better future. ...