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... of a shock to the system!
We decided that we needed to move on from the very gorgeous and comfy but eventually disappointing hotel that made our bellies sore and as we had previously found a small apartment which would allow us to cook some home food, have a log fire and lots of creature comforts we decided to check it out and move in – this place is above our usual budget (we are such bad backpackers!) but has been worth every penny and beats huddling around ...
... the one-day international (ODI) cricket match between India and the West Indies at Dharamsala Cricket Stadium. He was scheduled to pass the hospital at about 1:30pm. When the time approached everyone, including any mobile patients, lined the narrow street to catch a glimpse of His Holiness. A police vehicle, siren blaring, heralded his arrival, and the reverence shown by everyone was infectious. The brief viewing and wave was enough for everyone to return to the hospital with ...
... me to lift one. It went fairly well so I decided to tote it up the hill. Time after time I was passed by other porters. Several girls offered to take over, but I was determined. By the time I'd negotiated the singletrack path through the village to the recipient's house, the bundle which had started at my shoulders had slipped to my butt. The householder, who looked to be about a hundred and four, had to get behind me and push me through the door to ...
... way high and deep into Soyal valley. Before days end I will shut the door to the outside world to enable a deep introspect process.
Sangat Ram, the 39 year old orchard farmer and cabin landlord arrives at 9am and we load my 4 bags of supplies into his Geo Metro sized car. The mountain road, staggers wildly and is littered with deep rain-wash ruts and large stones that would challenge a jeep, let alone this tiny-wheeled subcompact.
A half hour uphill ...
... to be full of ageing hippies who have lived in Ashrams for the last 10 years.
The walk was lovely , it was a warm sunny day and we found a short cut up a steep path to the village . Most places are closed down and I think we saw maybe 7 westerners , no hippies and no sign of any raves going on !
After moving on we went to see the waterfall , there was a temple by the waterfall with a Yogi in residence. We didn’t go and visit him as you have to ...