Hotel New Adarsh
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... cremation grounds or fig trees. The goddess is worshipped by ritual animal sacrifices along with offerings of wine and in the ancient times, human sacrifices were offered too. Originally a tribal goddess, ...
... so keep on looking after yourselves and each other ok! We’ve been struggling to get any internet connection (despite it being promised everywhere) so we’re checking our emails and updating these pages as much as possible, it’s the mountains after all so fibre optic cable hasn’t made it here yet - and long may that continue, well apart from when its promised and not delivered of course, that’s just false economy ha ha!
Sadly we had our ...
... so much, not just for the monetary but for the thoughts and positive words we have been sent.
It's a strange thing and sometimes very difficult to coach and train in a foreign land and totally different cultural background. But what was truly amazing about this team was even though they ranged from 13 to 21, every single one of them showed us so much respect and loving kindness from the moment we arrived! As team learnt, so did we and hopefully our girls! (and I don't just ...
... has a modest interior, enclosed with prayer wheels. There are a number of different rooms with a large central area in which monks congregate at various times throughout the day praying and meditating. We walked around the outer circumference turning the prayer wheels for luck, before making our way to listen to the monks. It would have been incredible to hear the Dalai Lama speak but unfortunately he spends much of the monsoon season in Southern India. ...
... tried it and declined on this occasion ! Martin didn’t want to be rude so kindly accepted their offer of a smoke, one of the men was also very drunk , they were very entertaining and kindly pointed the way to the Hadimba Temple.
We walked up and found the temple , its supposed to be a highlight of Manali , maybe we have seen too many temples but it didn’t really do it for us ! We were warned of monkeys trained to steal bags, cameras etc and were ...