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It was good stay in this cottage. view point is also very nice from hotel
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... to show their devotion. Mata said that in the future if someone offered a coconut she would accept it as if they had offered their own head. To this day people continue to offer coconuts to the Goddess in Her temples all over the world. Jwala mata is Kuldevi of Bhatiya (now lives in Gujarat) and ...
... ever done. The snow was about 12 feet high and so every step you sank in a little. As you went to take your next step your back foot would suddenly and unpredictably sink meaning you spent your whole time trying to keep your balance. Once you had sunk knee-high, or even thigh-high, you struggled to get out as the snow would keep collapsing around you digging you a bigger hole! Given that I only had thin running trainers with no grip my feet were quickly ...
... and monasteries. Studying Buddhism here is very special because in Mcleodganj you are able to work one on one with the Tibetan monks, go and stay with them in the temple if you wish, and also attend speeches made by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.
Meditation is a huge part of life in Mcleodganj. There are two very good meditation centres which run a variety of different courses such as 3 day introduction to meditation, 1 week meditation retreat, 10 day ...
... It wasn’t too much of a surprise when a big down was followed by an even bigger up, the top of the next climb being over 2000m higher at the 3200m Jopek Jot pass. The heat of the lower elevation sapped the strength from our out of shape legs and it became apparent that we would be stuck between two villages for the night with not a guest house in sight. Just as a night camped next to the road looking inevitable we came across a fist for the day, a bus stop sticking out ...
... his well-earned money. Between us we agreed, it had been the best $80 we’d ever spent. Putting the price into perspective; a Red Car airport shuttle from Toronto to Guelph costs about the same (minus the mandatory 15% tip) and takes about an hour at highway speeds on Highways 401 and 6; whereas, not only had our driver helped us load and unload two bloody heavy bikes but, over the course of a very demanding 6 hours since leaving Keylong, ...