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... the spray of the water above cascading down the mountain.
We are always open to trying new thing so when the opportunity came up to try some jewellery making we thought we would give it a go. We had both wanted to get something special to mark this part of our trip coming to an end, what better way then to make it ourselves. The type of jewellery making is macramé, a South American based style, which has been adapted ...
... middle and the light ones on the side. He scared us by giving all the safety instructions. "If anything happens. I'll reach out to you with the rafting paddle, you need to catch the other end and I will pull you. This holds good only if you fall 2-3 metres away. But if you go far I will throw the bag with a rope inside, catch the bag and I will pull you. It will work out till 25 metres. But after 25 help yourself". We ...
... at himalayan borders ever since I became interested in travel. Learning of Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan is the entire reason I gained an interest in Asia. The world's tallest mountains, bathed in a culture and people who know nothing but humility.
Inspiration isn't strong enough. Neither is bliss. Neither is joy, wonder, excitement, nothing. I'd reached my goal. I'd found my love.
Something changed in me as the sun inched its way upwards. ...
... the surrounding mountain areas - and the views of the mountains were obscured by cloud the whole time that we were there. The coolness of the north is perfect after a number of days in the heat and the rain was almost refreshing however after a few days it was becoming quite annoying! Highly recommended, i think that everybody who visits India should attempt to get up to Mcleod ganj for a few days, and the Tibet Museum is an informative way to spend a couple of hours in ...
... returned to our Mandi hotel decided to rest on our bed while I tried to watch the local television news. A dreadful commotion began outside our room with children shrieking and screaming and banging on our door. It was so loud that we could not even talk, let alone watch the television. After some ten minutes I ventured out to find hordes of ill behaved young children racing up and down the hotel corridors. What was even more surprising is that ...
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