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... we were about 2 hours behind time at this point!) – if this happened in England, the passengers would’ve swapped buses or cancelled the trip, but here in India, “anything goes”. Still, we managed to get to sleep until 3:30am when the wind blew the cardboard box out of place and all we could hear was the wind howling through the bus – good job it wasn’t raining! Must’ve been the hypnotic sound of the gale force wind, but we managed to get back to sleep as we neared ...
Dear cow, On behalf of the crazy driver that hit your head I would like to extend our deepest apologizes. I'm sorry that you turned your head at that unfortunate moment. I hope both of your horns are still intact and that you are ok. My deepest ...
... the Dalai Lama's temple and to your left you will see hotels and craft shops and to your right you are gazing off of a cliff and you can see for miles and miles -- you can see over lower Dharamsala and to all the plains beyond. Yesterday (the 18th) we hiked to a lookout above the small town and looked up for the first time at the mountains we will soon find ourselves surrounded by, the effect was stunning.
The town itself is crazy. There are houses piled on ...
... If the taxi driver sports aviator glasses and/or a jacket with epaulets, forget about it. He's not your driver.
... heart-breaking account of the Tibetan people’s plight. The temple itself is a very beautiful and peaceful place, looking out onto the surrounding mountains. Outside its walls, a road leads to a 30-minute walk through a forest trails lined with Tibetan prayer wheels, prayer flags, and gompas – inadvertently we walked the forest loop counter-clockwise instead of the traditional clockwise (the prayer wheels can only be turned clockwise). Once we ...