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... about the area and how it differs from other areas of India. McleodGanj is the least Indian town in India I have ever been, it is Little Tibet really, you have to dig around for Indian culture here. I didn't notice it so much when I was here last because it was a very short stay, but it was very apparent this time. Lovely because I feel like I have been to another country but not very indian (apart from the roads). Dharamsala just down the ...
... tea from 3 seeds, drink the tea and chew the seeds. I just ate 3 seeds and hoped I would stop bloody crying. I did.
I left the palace in a daze, the rest of the day I was on autopilot to be honest and I don't remember much about it. I will have to read my notebook to remind myself of what I did.
I am back at home finishing this entry which I started on the day and I remain quite emotional about meeting the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. What an ...
... 4 times by police who extorted money from our driver in return for being allowed to use the road. A first for me on Indian roads.The journey was in short, horrendous and enthusiasm haemorrhaged from me by the minute. Spectacular and very loud electric storms accompanied us for the last 3-4 hours of the journey with torrential rain and fog joining the party for the last hour. Enthusiasm haemorrhage was slowly being replaced with infusion of sheer regret for ...
... and experiences far greater than I have experienced in any other country. Those emotions can be magnified enormously when I am in solo travel mode. There is a definite feeling of wanting to climb back inside a smaller comfort zone with high brick walls and machine gun towers. Expanding my emotional empire is just not on the 'to do' list today.
I have been in McLeod Ganj for three days now. It is just north of Dharamsala in Himachel Pradesh. It is the official home ...
... in India. Many are still arriving each year having made the harrowing trip over the Himalayas to get here, many loosing digits and limbs to frostbite even today.
For sunset we enjoyed a couple of beers on our balcony which had a lovely view over the valley, before eating at Tibet Kitchen in the evening which served fantastic food – the chicken momos (dumplings) were incredible; such a welcome change after 2 months of ...