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... The festive mood continued the next day with the Tibetan Children's Village (TCV School) in Mcleodganj celebrating its Founder's Day. On this day, half of Mcleod shuts down and everyone gathers on the school's grounds with picnics to watch the students perform. There were so many people there and the students were so organised and performed songs and arranged themselves in mass word and image formations with their bodies. We bought a picnic lunch and ate it under the gaze of ...
We are now feeling like full time backpackers. I must admit at age 53 , I wasn't sure if I was still up to backpacking around the world and I wasn't sure if Elaine would get into it. Well guess what it isn't so difficult and in fact it has made traveling in India easier. We have become accustomed to get on and off trains and buses lugging our gear around. It would be much harder with suitcases. Last week we left M'Cleod Ganj (Dalai Lama town) traveling by night bus to a ...
... I came to see the brutality of winter, 6 AM morning and I went outside wearing 5 well defined layers and upon that I wrapped whole blanket around me, still I could feel the chill on my back. Outside our hotel, something of a mix of snowfall and hailstones were falling from the sky, it was complete dark and a little aroma of freshness was in air. I woke up the other guys and we packed everything, ready to leave and then, something happened. Well, every trip has ...
... family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">After a 3am arrival to New Delhi and a watching a morning monsoon storm from our shoddy guesthouse balcony in central Delhi, Jason and I jumped in a rickshaw taxi for a harrowing ride through New Delhi rush hour, our huge bags (full of heavy climbing gear) bulging from the three-wheeled-near-death-machine. 16 hours later we arrived in Manali, Himachal Pradesh - ...
... need to restock your bag, and there's other backpackers! This has been really cool as we've got to meet and chat and share stories with other people. We met a crazy Italian girl who seemed to be absolutely hating India...particularly the food! But she was able to laugh about it! One evening she ordered a fanta and said that even that was ****...somehow they'd managed to 'India-up' the fanta while it was still sealed in its bottle! After booking our ...