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... of exiled Tibetans who have been forced to flee Tibet which has been under communist China rule for over 60 years. The Tibetan people are constantly trying to gain their independence back with several failed attempts to get assistance from western countries who deem Tibet to be an internal affair of China. So why do people come here? Well, some hippie, hedonists want to meditate and do yoga for weeks at a ...
We meekly crept in unsure of what to expect. The interior was skilfully designed to match the outside perfectly. There were plenty of tables but no customers and to complete the impression of decrepit charm, aged and grubby net curtains hung limply across the windows. There were about 4 chaps loafing by a counter, all of whom looked quite shocked that anyone had the courage or temerity to enter. We sat thoughtfully in the corner and experienced, yet again, that great ...
... not only accepted but more than achieved as we raced up (and nearly killed ourselves in the process) to get up in 24 minutes! The temple sat on top of the mountain and the views were gorgeous. With Hanuman being a monkey god there were bound to be hordes of monkeys around but we kept our wits about us. As we were walking back down, the two most adorable little girls approached us to ask for "just one snap". We rolled our eyes but they were just so sweet we couldn't say no. ...
... and his bike over. I managed to stay upright and stopped on the far side of the intersection. An older man stopped next to me and as we looked back at the scene he assured me his son was alright and I could go. My bike suffered a slightly bent crash bar and bent indicator light and I had a bit of a sore leg with a minor graze on my knee. I suspect that the young guy and his bike were rather worse off. The last leg was very hot and we were all ...
... road, which was in terrible condition. It had tight hairpins and steep bits and visibility was very limited. Two riders fell off on hairpins. Their were lots of people coming down the hill after making their pilgrimage to the DL's village. When we got to the village there was a tiny junction with 5 little streets intersecting there and it was totally gridlocked with cars and bikes going both up & down. It took about 15 minutes of ...