Hotel India House
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... that it was a local guy and traditional Tibetan dancing and singing. That was possibly the roughest way of describing him possible. True he was a local and he was Tibetan, he also incorporated some traditional dance and music into his show, then he went just a little bit mad mental!
Spinning himself around for I think nearly ten minutes, (I felt sick just watching him), then he picked me up, carried me across the floor and deposited ...
... the hotel earlier, they gave our room away. Our only option was to sleep on the balcony/stairwell which was good enough for us purely cause we were so exhausted! The next morning we woke up to incredible views of the hills of Dharmasala, very comparable to Cinque Terre in Italy if anyone's ever been. The town itself isn't very big, you could probably walk around the central area in about 30 minutes, but it is built on quite a steep slope, so you would be puffing quite a bit. ...
... views of the surrounding mountains.
... above the town ranging from fairly gentle if rather hilly strolls to more mountainous treks. There was snow on the tops of the mountains and it did I fact snow whilst I was there and I'd guess some of the more adventurous expeditions would be quite dangerous especially with the winter hours of daylight which are shorter than in Southern India. I'd imagine many of these routes many of which are established treks would be delightful in the ...
... in decent attempts at Western cuisine and Tom was temporarily reunited with meat. At night time, we fell asleep to the sounds of the elements rather than rolling traffic. We signed up for the Dalai’s teachings, which consisted of two 2-hour sessions- one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The whole event was free, all it cost us was the price of a radio so we would be able to tune in to the live translation.