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... Pathankot (80kms) in Punjab is known is
the gateway to Dalhousie.
PLACES TO VISIT:
24 km from Dalhousie. It is about
6,500 feet (2,000 m) above sea level. On 7 July 1992, Mr. Willy T. Blazer,
Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India ...
... it, along with Ayurvedic doctors I had seen in Canada before. Honestly though, I am feeling in better health now than at any other time in the last 12 years, mostly as a result of the exercise I do while travelling, and leaving the stressful life I had before. I have read more books in the last two months, than I have in the last 12 years or so, (which was about none) so my concentration is better. I have been having some really good ...
I decided to make the trip back to McLeodganj and slowly make my way back south. We managed to get a jeep for the drive to Jammu with six Muslims who were insitant on listening to Islamic messages over the sound system. I'm not sure what they were talking about but it was probably god is great, follow the Koran and whatnot. I don't know how people could listen to that for eight hours. Luckily I had earphones and music. About half way through the drive and essentially at the top ...
... run on my bum, but I definitely got better. The second run we did I didn't actually fall... I just made the conscious decision to bail as I was going waaaaay too fast and was a wee bit out of control! Matt and Susie were very good to me and patient, they were both pretty good but went my (very slow) pace. But, hey, it was damn good fun! And cheap - it was just £4 for ski hire and then £6 per run. Plus, we were skiing in *India*! I don't know many people who ...
... 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 ...