Hotel Grace Mount
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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That night on the 11th of June I got on a deluxe bus with air conditioning and reclining seats and made my way to McLeod Ganj just above Dharamsala and then to Dharamkot, the village on the upper part of the rolling green mountain. I came to meet my friend Prem again who is creating a documentary on devotional practices that he interview me for back in Rishikesh and realized there was ...
... cooler here as within 5 minutes of arriving we were all in fleeces and trousers just in time for our cup of Chai to arrive. We were also given some vegetable pakora to snack on before dinner. We were all put into 2 rooms, we were in one and Caroline, Sophie and Alana were in the other room. The power kept on going out as we were in such a remote place and there was only hot water at certain times of the day. The rooms were very basic with a bed complete with a rock ...
... see a traditional Tibetan dance and song this evening and there certainly aren't enough words to describe the randomness of it. It was a one man show and... Special! The dances involved lots of spinning on spot, picking up two guests at a time and spinning with them and lots of throwing himself against the wall. I have no idea what was going on but it was damn entertaining!
Well, I'm sure there'll be lots more adventures to write about soon, love to all and happy ...
... said that we were sister wives and were celebrating a marriage and that they were being rude so it made for a very interesting night and we managed to scare away an entire group of Arabic boys which according to Kristine is pretty hard to do. Then on Saturday we went and got a full body tibetan massage and let me tell you when they say full body they mean fully body my eyelids got massaged and then everything ...
... et avec de très belles vues de la vallée. Beaucoup d’indiens viennent ici pour aller au lac Manimahesh, où Shiva a soi-disant vécu, et on a croisé ce que l'on pense était des shivaïtes avec des tenues très intéressantes. Bharmour est pratiquement à la fin de la vallée et il n’y a pas de route après. On pensait à l’origine randonner jusqu'à la vallée de Lahaul pour ensuite rejoindre la vallée de Spiti, mais comme ça inclue des cols à 5000m, on y a renoncé. A ...