Snow Crest Inn
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... devotional music, and learned about this fascinating faith first hand.
We spent the next day on the local bus to Dharmsala, hoping onto another local local bus to cart the team up to McLeod Ganj in the dark. Mcleod Ganj was to be our home for the next two weeks. An old British hill station, Mcleod Ganj is now home to the Tibetan people in exile, and the home of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Nine members of the team had elected to participate in a 10 ...
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The next two weeks while I can’t go into much detail on the actual practice I can share the experience and it was potent and profound. I can also share that we did a two-hour sadhana (group vocal recitation practice) twice a day as well as 3 hours of mantra recitations and a short meditation period to start one of the recitation periods in which we would either ...
... danger zone' and bloody lucky too! He gave him a ream of tablets, told him to go on a liquidy diet, take it easy, not to over exert and to have a repeat ultrasound in a week. Well, that kinda put the death knoll on our trekking plans, but on the bright side
(a) he was still alive and
(b) he didn't have to have his appendix out in that place - he might not have qualified for (a) after that!
Eternal thanks to that doctor though - he was ...
... After doing a one-on-one qualitative research deep-dive, Amanda was able to isolate the two key criterion that freaks Edie out: if she's over six feet off the ground while riding and if the animal is "innately unpredictable" (which she believes encompasses all animals with the exception of "old mellow horses."). With that in mind, the thought of getting on a camel - nonetheless ride one for six hours - made her feel scared. [Note: In contrast, Amanda is not phased by riding ...
... the wood of just one tree. A bit of a miracle , maybe. It's pretty big. Anyway, the Sanscrit words for house and tree become the Nepalese word "Kathmandu", so that's where the name of the city came from. We then went to the big stupa, a Buddhist temple,again in the form of a mandala, where we had a nice lunch and a walk around. Entrance was forbidden, as it holds archives of scripture and relics said to have great power. Third, we went to the Monkey temple. This is actually a complex ...