Shining Star Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... know funny looking Hindu beads have seasons. Okay, that's great. I will try my luck elsewhere. Just when I decided to give up on my conquest, I saw a bowl of them sitting on a table outside of a small shop. Okay, that's a good start. The shop keeper seems to be a boy hardly older than 15-16. Ru100 per bead was his price, yeah right, that's not going to happen. He told me there was more and then produced a small basket of them. I shot a pic for Jean and she ...
... the bus and my first feeling was that Manali was a lot chillier compared to Dhramshala. It was still dark around and only 4.45am. It simply doesn't sound like good manner to call at other people's house at this hour but what choice do I have? I have no idea what to tell the taxi driver, no idea where to go from here. My text message did not get any response so finally at 4.58, I decided to call. The phone was passed to a rickshaw driver and directions were conveyed in Hindi. It ...
... one of the seven Matrikas (mother goddesses). She is also one of the chief Yoginis, a group of sixty-four or eighty-one Tantric goddesses, who are attendants of the warrior goddessDurga.
... Guy. I don't think you realise how much we truly appreciate your help. A million thank yous!! Chu che chenna!!
Hannah, A-Cha. Big Sister. Wine Drinking Buddy. Snow Sharing Buddy. Beautiful on both the inside and out. Just plain Thank You for all that you did for us and our girls! (can't wait to share grass and ice-cream with you!)
Our Tibetan Daughters...every single 21 of you. You have taught us so much more than you could ever realise. You shared your hearts, ...
We lucked out on a quick side-trip to McLeod Gang/dharmasala because the Dalai Lama was uncharacteristically in town and he was giving public talks. McLeod Gang is home to the Tibetan government in exile but it's also a major vortex for westerners/backpackers. It's beautifully located on forested mountain slopes and is a cool escape from the heat of the lowlands but it also has a bit of a Las Vegas strip of the Himalayas feel to it but with ...