Travel Blogs from Kullu
... sight seeing in Delhi and walked around the town. Then went off to Dharamshala where the Dalai Lama is and did some sight seeing and walking in the hills, saw a waterfall and did some general trekking. Afterwards we went off to Andretta, a pottery place, a little quieter than the other places I’ve been to, but went trekking in the hills on the first day, and it was throwing it down with rain on the second so we didn’t do much then. Afterwards we ...
... current Chinese occupation.
Sitting in horror listening to the brutal stories of trauma, being shown scars from electric rods used as a form of torture for acts such as refusing to slander the Dali Lama's name, I was shocked how there was one consistent theme shared. "What the Chinese government is doing is wrong, but we can not hold anger towards them or to the people/country of China." I guess I should ...
... Padme Hum'. Buddhists believe this will develop compassion and wisdom and encourage a peaceful state of mind. Spotting a small outbuilding in one corner of the complex, I walked towards it and discovered thousands of burning tea lights inside. I wasn't sure of the significance - perhaps each candle represented a person loved and lost - and lit two. One for my mum, who had passed in February and one for my dad, who had passed almost seven years ago. A monk was telling me ...
... cut into steep mountainside of sandstone and scree. In places there are trees, in others it's barren.
The trees become pines and firs and we arrive in a green concrete monstrosity of a bus station, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. "I wanted to go to Shimla". "This is all Shimla. This whole area is Shimla". Where am I supposed to go? Well, clearly wherever I want. How about "Old Shimla?". (There's always an "Old"). I figure it all out, you have to get onto a ...
... time in silence how you can actually see your thoughts formulating when you once again come to speak. I remember after having a fairly in depth conversation with my group about something, I walked along the forest path surrounding the meditation grounds and literally watched my mind reel out a string of thoughts, one after another after another.
Several years ago I tried salmon fishing on a river with some colleagues of mine. The reels we used required us to cast ...
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