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... the pine trees. We had a team photo here. This was a tough ride even with the beautiful forest and tea plantations to take our mind off the punishing climb. Because it was hard going we had a longer stop which meant we didn't have long for the last stretch into Mandi and our hotel. Thankfully this latter stretch had some downhills as Mandi is at 754 metres above sea level. We had to really pedal at quite a pace to get to the hotel as it was getting dark, ...
... all want a curry at 11pm just 2 hours into a 9 hour bus ride! Hour 3: (actually begun in hour 2) Stare intently out of the front window as closing my eyes or lying back make me feel sick. Looking out of the side window is like being swung round by your feet every time we take a bend. Works wonders until - Hours 4-5: Eyes are tired so try to sleep - but listening to 'Keep Calm and Relax' volumes 1,2,3,1 to keep out the talking. Peace, until - Hour 6: ...
Wow, from the moment we met the lovely Cassie La on the morning of leaving McLeod to our arrival in Chuntra I felt an amazing overwhelming warmth and peace that made me feel 'this is it! What we have worked towards for the last year!'
Arriving at TCV (Tibetan children's Village), our home for the next month, literally brought tears to my eyes with happiness! Everything was just perfect! The grounds that we were to train on were covered with ...
... are speaking to me and making much sense.
I think in some way, everyone has their own way of 'recharging' their mind and a good friend of mine, just as I was leaving for India, told me I don't ever just rest and take time to do nothing with my mind. At the time, used to a busy life, I didn't see his relevance. I now see the importance in what he was saying. I guess my way of recharging the mind has been jogging, which I greatly miss.
I think the most daunting thing in India I've had to face so far, has been myself. India is always here. And it'll be here when I leave. It's me that has to be here and deal with it, for the weeks I am here. As I read my book a great quote hits me: Time is but a stream I go a-fishing in'! Brilliant! I'm back on track! I'm back to feeling relaxed and content like I was in the Ladakhi hills. When I've had both the space and the time to breathe and appreciate ...