Hotel Asian Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and the way Tibetan people live in exile. Most of our families have had students stay with them before so they knew well how to interact with us. Food was especially very good and we all enjoyed playing with our host brothers and sisters.
Most of the team went for a day hike which took 6 hours and was especially challenging for those who had spent ten days just sitting and meditating. The views were very nice and it even started snowing. Me (Sofia) and ...
... Lama was, I sat with an old Tibetian man after the talk one day, who kindly explained to me the story of the boy who holds the second most important position in Tibetan Buddhism. ‘The Panchen Lama’ is the second-highest spiritual leader of Tibet who is believed to be reincarnated in a 25 year old boy who has been missing for 19 years. He was kidnapped by Chinese authorities when he was six years old after "the Dalai Lama had recognized him as the ...
... restart it without any luck (definitely an elemental lesson). I was watching feeling unable to help and then started praying to bring in the fire element through the deities of the Kalachakra mandala and then a monk popped in the fire hut with a plastic pop bottle full of lighter gas and passed it to me. I passed it on to the fire tenders and whoof up went the flames with ease. It was an opportunity to trust in my own capacity to make an external change through my own ...
... I do recommend this lady - her name is Hama and she makes the best momos in the world; momos are Tibetan stuffed dumplings, steamed or fried, and hers are superb.
Street food here is great - just as varied as in other parts of Asia, mostly veggie food with the odd bit of chicken here and there, as well as a couple of stalls selling stuff I can't ...
... asked to take photographs. This is something I don't think I could ever get used to! I could not imagine life as a celebrity. I'm a bit tired of people staring and pointing all of the time, not to mention asking for photos.
I find one of my favorite treats...the coconut! It is amazing how good the fresh coconut water tastes, I just love it! After walking a bit more the weather begins to take a turn for the worse so we head out and back home. Never a dull afternoon in India!