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... Tsundu to the slump. I had no idea what the slump is or why we are going there but this is not the best time to ask questions. I headed out and with my backpack, quickly run upstairs and found an ambulance parked outside. Apparently we are driving there. In route, I was briefed that the slump is the nick name of a place called ??Dongling?, it is a camp ground of sorts of migrant workers. They come from all over the places in India. Previously a monk set up an NGO that delivers charity ...
... nothing but kind and attentive to me. I honestly have zero idea why I so mistrusted him. However, since it is awkward to tell him that I would like to not follow up with meeting him for dinner due to the fact that I don't trust him on no reason, I told him I am available to meet tonight. I figured since I am meeting Wesley for dinner, might as well make it dinner of three. This way there is no fear of in propriety of me meeting a single guy for dinner and no chance of me ...
I had never really experienced snowfall before this trip. It was my dream to spend few days at place fully covered by snow. I was exploring isolated and less crowded places close to Delhi and found this astonishingly beautiful hill station in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh. Though I wasn't sure if it's gonna snow in mid December because snowfall usually starts after or around Christmas. I still took ...
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The next two weeks while I can’t go into much detail on the actual practice I can share the experience and it was potent and profound. I can also share that we did a two-hour sadhana (group vocal recitation practice) twice a day as well as 3 hours of mantra recitations and a short meditation period to start one of the recitation periods in which we would either ...
... and headed off outside to grab some breakfast before we started the descent. Nice breakfast too despite the limited provisions of porridge, fruit, toast and of course, Chai. Then, all packed up, we started the days trek down to the basecamp. Sarah had bad blisters and knees so she and Doug were at the rear of the group as we headed down. The steep drop going down wasn’t great on the knees so it was agony for Sarah. It was a lot warmer today so we were sheading off ...