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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 ...
... butter lamps to ignite their aspirations and dedicate their merit to others. I came to the right place! It also helped that it was a full moon and I was very exhausted and spending the evening with a kind, attractive man who wants to start a chocolate farm in Bolivia. It was all too romantic, blissful and full of emptiness as we sat and watched the flickering lights illuminating the stupa built by the enlightened founder of this 30 year old meditation center under the ...
... water. Mander sorted out our lunch of Chapattis and Potato curry so we enjoyed that before we had a little rest and got ourselves ready for the next part of the trek, up to the snow line. We set off just after 2pm and started the 6km round journey before the clouds started to descend as the storm yesterday made us a little apprehensive! The climb up was very tough as the altitude didn’t really help. Doug got a headache quite quickly and managed to walk it off as we ...
... The day before I leave me and two others from my course climb the hill to get a better view of the Himalayan mountains. It's now the 20th April. We leave at 7.00am and after three tea stops, we reach the ridge at 11.30am. My Garmin tells me that we've climbed one kilometre in height and by the time we get back we've covered a hilly 15 kilometres, all at altitude. Dharamsala's weather is like spring in England and proves a welcome break from the growing indian ...
... the first day (only $1.50) I was here, perhaps because I have never seen leprosy before and they are really deformed from the disease, so now they all smile and acknowledge me. It is a really nice exchange.
Kimberley and another Australian woman Rebecca (they both live in Ubud - what are the odds?) and I went on a road trip yesterday. Kimberley does great research. She is interested in doing a retreat at a nunnery for ...