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... Unfortunately I didn't get chance to have a look around it as I subsequently found out it closed at 6. For those that did go they said it was fairly plan, so I don't feel too bad about missing it.
There was an ATM in the town so I went hunting for that to get some money out, only to find that my account had been blocked as I was travelling abroad so had to call the bank and get them to unblock it. After 10 minutes I returned to the ATM ...
... gone back the next day for more classes if I hadn't already booked my bus ticket. We had a last dinner together although we hoped to all meet back up in Amritsar in a few days time. Kazookie and I were headed there in the morning and the girls 2 days later. I set my alarm for 3.20am! Caught the 4am bus to Dharamsala, the 5am bus to Amritsar and pulled into the station 6 hours later, luckily managing to sleep a fair bit along the ...
... who feel like that everyday for a month. Luckily the power was still on when we got in so she could sit in front of the heater with a hot drink!
Megs made some lovely friends, who were at school during the holidays because of their poor family situations or because they are orphans. Beautiful, beautiful smiles. They were so excited about being invited to Megs birthday, they even gave her gifts, their old school books wrapped in newspaper. Too cute! They will forever be in ...
... onto a second bus to McLeod Ganj, the home of the Dalia Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile. The bus was rammed with people! We spoke with a group of young Indians who were also celebrating New Years in McLeod Ganj (McLo for short).
... for the worst!'
McLeod is a beauiful little town, gifted to the Tibetans by the Indian government as a Tibetan Settlement. It's basiclly 2 main streets, running parellel to eachother, each a one way. One is Temple Road, leading down to the Dalai Lama's Main Temple. We try and walk the Kora, a clockwise walk around the base of the Temple, each day. It is beautiful and peaceful with wonderful views and the local Tibetans walking it chant their Oh Mani Pemi ...