Shining Star Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... She fought a fierce battle with the demons, ultimately killing them. Goddess Chandika Jayasundara took the slain heads of the two demons to goddess Kaushiki, who became immensely pleased. Kaushiki ...
... for a full course of treatment for the patients. Wednesday was a very special day for the hospital, with a combined celebration for the hospital's 54th anniversary and the opening of a new doctor's residency building. Sponsors from the Netherlands and England were present for the blessing of the new building, and the 17th Karmapa (head of one of the 4 branches of Buddhism) was present which made it quite a huge occasion. The hospital put on a really great show, with ...
The Big One. Today will be tough as we ascend the Jalori Pass. We start at 7.50am and boy is this hard. I've never known a slope so steep and rutted as the tarmac is non-existent. I start off quite strong, however this soon disappears and instead I am really huffing and puffing thinking I've gone further than I have.
Quite a few people I see have decided to walk their bikes up. I want to avoid walking any of the way if I can. However, I ...
... escort his "prize" through the others as he tried to get you to use his service. I promptly ignored them all, got my bag, and walked off into the city where I was able to negotiate a much more reasonable rate to the area of town I was planning on staying. After crossing the foot bridge to the other side of town, I turned into the first guesthouse and settled for my $3 room that would make my mother turn pale. But it had a broken fan with my own bathroom with 24 hour cold water ...
... close to Dharamshala and home to the Dalai Lama who lives in exile here. The thing that has surprised us more than anything here are the numbers of Tibetan refugees living in this area, they make up about 50% of the population in McLeod Ganj and about 25% of them seem to be Tibetan monks. They wear distinctive red robes and have shaved heads and seem to have taken quite well to modern living with the training shoes ...