Spring Valley Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... my seat before picking up Paul and another young man (at the same time), spinning them around before depositing them also back in their seats, the final spinning and picking up was saved for two young women, who bless their wee cotton socks were screaming by the end of their spins and were deposited back in their seats as well. He then threw himself against all four walls in the room and set himself on fire using toilet paper that he set ...
... a very Indie/hippie vibe here with all the foreigners easily identifiable by their dreadlocks and parachute genie pants. The great thing about this place, was there are Tibetans and monks everywhere all able to roam around freely practicing their faith (Buddhism) and decorating their shopfronts with the Tibetan flag and pictures of the Dalai Lama. Such practices are actually ILLEGAL in Tibet and could land someone in jail. Coming here wasn't part of our original plan, in fact we ...
I started this entry about a month ago. I wanted to write something to give everyone a little more insight into what we were doing and about the Tibetans. It's not the best writing as in flow between subjects, but I hope that all who read this will learn just a little something...
It's a strange feeling coming to the end of our Asia adventure with being here the pinnacle of our travels, well it is for me.
Coming to India and training the Tibetan Womens Football Team ...
19.11.2013 McLeod Ganj, Indien Km: 37807 The Living Himalayas / Der Hauch des Himalaya
On the rest day I visit the Golden Temple, which represents the holiest of Sikh. Like all the other pilgrims I pause and remember of my trip.
The next morning I had to make a decision that I will not continue with Pascal and Alex. The reasons are that it goes too fast to me and I could not prepare me for India. ...
... br> The teachings were held in Tsuglagkhang, the local temple complex. The monks live, eat and learn here- the place breathes Buddhism. On the day, there was a strong security presence. Tom was disappointed by the camera ban, but perked up when monks came around with offerings of Tibetan bread and butter tea. We were two Westerners in a sea of red gowns and bald heads, sat cross-legged on the cushioned floor (as best we could). ...