Hotel Grace Mount
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- 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 ...
... and the bathroom. We also had some blankets to use but they didn’t cover your whole body! As we sat outside the sky became very overcast and then it started to tip it down with rain! We were then treated to a full blown storm with loads of thunder and lightning as the surrounding mountains took on the full brunt of mother nature. It even hailed and the hailstones were the size of frozen peas! With all this going on, our host (who had a hunchback) made our dinner of, yep ...
My bus leaves Shimla at 9.00am. An Indian boy sleeps literally across his dads back and onto my shoulder for an hour. The bus weaves through the mountains and back down to the warmer plains. Just as my boredom levels are becoming severely tested, a Himalayan range appears over the horizon (at 5.00pm). Finally after ten hours of being shaken around in the bus which is like a tin can, I arrive at the location of one of the main Tibetan community in India. A ...
... that the Tibetan people aren't angry or mad at the Chinese government for the oppression. On Wednesday I just stuck to my usual routine of the daycare in the morning and then teaching in the afternoon. Then on Thursday it was a special prayer day do I got to spend the day doing some shopping and visiting the Dalai lamas temple. While I was there I met a man who was from Australia but he has lived in India for a long time now and he was talking ...
... juesque-là et aussi moins agressifs.
Après Dalhousie, on a continué d’avancer dans la vallée vers la ville de Chamba. Sur la route, on est passé par Khajiar, que les indiens nomment 'la petite Suisse’. C’est tout simplement une grande prairie avec un lac, mais les touristes indiens y viennent en masse pour faire du cheval. Chamba est à une altitude de 1000m et il faisait de nouveau chaud. Dans le centre il y a un grand terrain où il y a toujours plein ...