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... arrive in Dharamsala with plenty of time to explore the town.
The Hindu temple stop was interesting but I think that we were all getting a little “templed-out” by that point. Fortunately we were able to enter the small altar directly without having to wander through the massive crowd control maze they have in place to use when the crowd is larger. Extended families often travel great distances ...
... He said to follow him up to the path and that he was playing tonight at the place just up on the path, we made our way over a little stream and then up to a café. It was lit by dark black lights and glowing dark creatures, mushrooms and swirly designs all over the walls and ceilings in the back. The front room had a mural of the Potala (His Holiness’ temple and home in Lhasa, Tibet) with tables and a mini stage. Rishabh, the Indian musician who had brought me up ...
... but it got warmer. The large group next door were singing so we had to listen to that for a while before we could eventually sleep, although we did have an animal/bird scratching in the roof and behind one of the walls. Should prove to be a restless night again!
Got up early as we had a decent nights sleep, except for Alana who had to put up with the scratching behind the wall right by her head all night! We sorted out the room, rolled up the ...
... obviously sounds is the lowest point generally on the mountain where snow forms. This was 3200 metres above sea level. The fog would come and go so when we had a lovely view it only lasted a few minutes but this didnt really bother me as i was enjoying the trek. It was now time to go down the other side of the mountain where Raj and myself had a long chat about cricket especially the Ashes, he couldnt wait to get home and watch. The descent wasnt as physically ...
... like we’d come home! We hadn’t realised quite how busy it was though - almost everywhere was fully booked, but we managed to find a great room just over from Guddu’s for 250R a night - although we still don’t know the name of it! But although it was clearly peak season for them it was still blissfully quiet - just enough travellers around to add to the atmosphere if anything.
Once we were settled, I treated myself to a massage with Rangit - I wanted ...