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... and traditional Bollywood, Indian music. As you can imagine, when we walked in we were quite a hit, four white guys dancing to the music. Famous status came out again in the water park with loads of people coming up to us saying hello, how are you and everything, couple got photos too. So surreal.
Golden Triangle, done.
Next up I came back to Delhi and met my Dad for a quick 8-day adventure before I see what Australia has to offer. We went and ...
... excitement. It wasn't until another team member quietly pointed her out to Shane and said that she needed boots. When Shane asked her to come up and try some on she said "it is alright, I want to make sure everyone who needs them gets them first" but Shane reminded her that she did need them! Choesum, so humble, so grateful. She got a nice flash pair of yellow nikes, perfect for our Captain! These are moments, memories that will forever be in my heart.
... the trek was treacherous. Once reaching the top, all of the cursing in my head was silenced. The view was breathtaking and the mountain seemed untouched by tourism. Three small "shops", all of which have tarps for walls, selling masala tea and a few other items, accompanied by one small guest house, were all that stood upon the mountain. Like us, a group of young Tibetan men also chose to spend the evening camping on the mountain. To keep warm in ...
Caught the bus from Amritsar to Dharamsala- crossed the railway line when a train was coming, saw a bus knock a wall over and had to jump on a moving bus (apparently a 5 minute toilet break is only 30 seconds) not to worry Indian buses have motion sensors aka a man with a whistle!
The journey up to Dharamsala was bumpy to say the least, the driver didn't seem to notice that he was driving up a windy mountain pass, but the scenery made up for ...
... of prayer flags and I’m some parts the whole area is covered, other lama approaches me and invite me into a smaller temple, he sits me down and offers me tea and explains some of their rituals etc. he doesn’t seem to want me to leave so I make my excuses!
On my way back round I decided to go back into the residence area and visit the temple inside which I’ve not been to yet. I walk up the stairs and look ...