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... pool, or doing branch acrobatics until they lost their grip and fell 15 feet to the ground. Also, baby monkeys. The last two days of the retreat were absolutely the most intense: we had meditations all day, with no class or discussion groups. I saw many more tears in these two days than the previous six, but most people found it to be an incredibly beneficial exercise (myself included). I would love to do a longer meditation-only retreat--if only I had more time!! Back to ...
... out to be very underwhelming. I have been to the Norbulinka in Tibet, it is a very sad place and I don't remember much about seeing anything there. The original Norbulinka was the summer palace of the Dalai Lamas. The Chinese army fired canons at it during the huge tension at the beginning of their occupation of Lhasa. There were as far as I can tell, no signs of battle any longer there but it is also nothing like what it was. The Norbulinka here is built as the ...
... half an hour, realized that the way patients are seen here is nothing like what I was taught at school. There is no thoroughness, none what so ever. We are talking about less than two minutes per patients. They demand drugs, most of these OTC drugs, but for them, it is a promise of a fix of their issue, many of which are either so chronic that there is no way of fixing it, or so transient that it doesn't need any medicine short from symptomatic relief. Antibiotics is, as usual, used ...
... pilgrims do. Check in your shoes and hit the massive cafeteria. To the clanging of hundreds of used plates a hungry pilgrim finds a place in the long lines sitting in the hall eager to receive a big spoon full of sweet rice.
Next a small moat rinses the feet, down the steps, and a huge man-made lake comes into view. The golden temple is in the middle of the lake connected by a long walkway. The team, in small groups, explored the temple complex, listened to ...
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 ...