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Dharamsala is the home of the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Government in exile and hundreds of Tibetan refugees. Situated amongst pine trees and snow capped mountains Dharamsala was a beautiful place to chill out in for a week. Most of our days were spent eating delicious tibetan food, doing day walks, and meeting some awesome travellers.
... t about to be getting too fussy. Halfway through our plate the street vendor had the good courtesy to inform us that we were in fact eating goat intestines! A little shocked we polished off the plate regardless. A second added bonus of this area is that they really can cook western foods and make western drinks, we ended up stopping twice in Mcleod Ganj today for coffee, it really was pretty much as good as home. It was comforts like this ...
... with similar messages of peace and humanity who have affected profound changes in the world around them. The upper floor houses a small museum with Tibetan art and artifacts, much of it salvaged by refugees in their escape from their homeland. It is a reminder of the tenacity and dedication of these people who have had so much taken away from them by a Chinese regime which views Tibet as rightfully theirs.
On our final day in McLeod Ganj, Emily, ...
... Dr named Joseph who's been studying Ayurveda for 20 years and studied Chinese medicine before that. We both signed up to do a 3-day Ayurvedic nutrition course.
Jasper is a Kappa-Vitta (mentally and emotionally a Kappa, physically a Vitta) and although physically I'm a Vitta, I'm a Pitta-Kappa. It's fun to do quizzes to figure out your constitution. To get it done proper you get a consultation with a Ayurvedic doctor who looks ...
... in charge and they meant business. Led by Wobam, a young women that I work with in the TWA office, and her erstwhile boyfriend from Delhi, we even had a planning meeting the night before. We were told that we would either be able to stay in one of the guesthouses or rent a tent once we got up there, but that the food was expensive, so we should bring everything with us. They suggested bringing rice and three frozen chickens to have cooked for ...
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