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... and that’s every day should count, and that’s an important factor for us being away, and also for when we get home. So for now, we’re enjoying one of our last nights with our feet up by the fire and movie on the TV before heading back to Delhi and then on to Goa for a big fat slice of some of that lovely summer weather and beach life….and maybe a cocktail or three!
Lots of love to you all, cozy log fire hugs from us both
Dan and Scotty
... is a new culvert being built across the road and we have to take to the sandy detour in which two people tipped off. We stop for lunch at another tent cluster although they have difficulty feeding the group and we have to spread across three tents and then it's still slim pickings. Mine was omelette rolled up in a chapati, a Kit Kat and half a bottle of water. The good road stops before we start climbing the Taglang La (Pass), at 5,328m (17,483 ft) ...
... start shooting dead families and friends, I was expecting to see more rage. Of course these stories and emotions are unique to the individual people I happened to talk story with. When attending events with the younger population I heard much more direct action speech, and debates around the Dali Lama's Middle Path Approach to peacefully create co-existence between Chinese and Tibetan people. It seemed as ...
... the food was very good and cheap , we decided after the crazy Delhi prices and tax we need to cut down on spending. We got chatting to Peter from Sweden who is an artist who has been here on and off for 7 years , he was smoking the chillum and announced he was stoned as he wandered off down the stairs ! A real character !
It was also the only place where we have seen so many Westerners , French, Italian, Brits and Swedish all having lunch. The Hot Chocolate ...
... silently repeated her mantra. It seemed she was trying to make amends for some bad deeds.
Rodrigo came into to the restaurant everyday by eleven. He is a 46 year old tai chi and yoga instructor, tarot card reader, and hypnotist who does past live regressions. He has flyers posted all over town advertising his services and meets prospective clients at the Green Restaurant. He rents a place just down the hill which has a large ...