Snow Valley Resorts Dalhousie
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... We also visited the temple where the Dalai Lama holds teaching sessions.
Toto Description: This morning we make the journey to Dharamsala, the official residence of the Dalai Lama and seat of the Tibetan Government in exile. We first visit the institute of Tibetan Arts and Handicrafts at Norbulinka, set amid Japanese-influenced gardens with shady paths, wooden bridges across small streams and ...
... and very enticing. I could feel that we had some very powerful karmic connection that I wondered what was the best way to work with. After that night we continued to meet each night at one of two bar huts. I watched him perform, danced, met his friends and random travellers and we talked each night clearing some of the vast differences between us and our very different cultures. He emulates American pop culture of the classic rock age in a uniquely Indian way and I the ...
... to a waterfall, but nobody was really interested in going as Mander had said it would be a difficult climb and none of us felt up for more walking. We had a lie down instead before we had a shower (with a jug and a bucket – hot water mind!) and got ourselves ready to walk down to the town of McCleodganj where we could have a look round and to book up a cookery course for tomorrow. We had all caught the sun today although both Sophie and Alana caught it a bit too ...
DAY 35 - DAY 41 After a 14hr over night "deluxe" bus ride we get to the hill station McLeod ganj. We checked into Om hotel which has awesome views of the Kangra valley from our balcony plus a funny looking dog which we called google because of its crazy eyes. McLeod ganj (upper dharamsala) is home to the Dalai lama so there are alot of Buddhist monks and Tibetan refugees living here so there is almost the feel we had in some parts of Nepal which was a ...
Stinging Nettles: It's not just for cave retreat food anymore.
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