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the world tourism map by christening it "Mini Switzerland".
Khajjiar Lake is a small lake, surrounded by
saucer-shaped lush green meadow and a floating island. The dense growth of weed
called vacha has made its earth spongy.
A little away from ...
... over the last few weeks (despite the wood hard beds, hot or/and humid and noisy environments), only being bothered when I need to get up early for an appointment of sorts in the morning (the idea of missing them or being late for them, still being perceived as stressful, despite double alarms set on the electronic gadgets I carry around). So, in this context, it does surprise me that he got all of that, as stress is no longer written all over my ...
... mountain the driver pulled into a mechanic. He said he had to get the brake shoes changed. Now normally in Canada that's something you would do before a journey and not during. When he took the tire off I noticed he had no brake pads at all.... The caliper was pushing directly on the disc. It's a bit scary because these roads were pretty wild. He only changed one side and we were on our way. We made it to Jammu and spent the night there. Took the local bus the next day to ...
... they have done that. Although I had spent an extravagant £6 buying warmer clothes, it was still freeeeezing! We had got the cheapest room we could, at only 3 times the price we were paying in Srinagar, but this meant I was sleeping on blankets on the floor in a room that had no heating... The temperature was below freezing as well. To be fair I had a lot of blankets and so wasn't actually too cold. The second day we went for a walk through the surrounding area. ...
... guru and what he had learned from both the Hindi and Buddhist religions and he told me something that I thought was really interesting that he had learned from his guru. He said that we never actually find ourselves but instead we lose ourselves and then we find them again through our experiences and what we learn. I thought that was really interesting to view life's journey has not a path of self discovery but rediscovery. Then on Friday it ...