Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... managed to get some emails out to let TK know that I wouldn't be in Dharam before 07:00. This is supposed to be top of the line luxury for 900 INR. They may charge a supplement for luggage, but they didn't to me. This was a full trip, and so we were tightly seated. Not much room at all to change position on the "lounge chair", which, after a few hours, wasn't ...
... as he made no attempt to slow down on the corners or through the quiet villages we passed through. We eventually stopped for lunch at a hotel on the side of the road that turned out to be really cheap. Everyone except Doug had Sandwiches which turned out to be very poor, whereas Doug had a really good Naan bread with curry – just proves a point that they can’t get Indian food wrong here but struggle with everything else! We passed through Dharamsala and headed ...
... both 400,000 and 700,000 soldiers quoted, either way they are very evident) and most people we spoke to seemed to want an independent Kashmir but have very little hope of seeing it. There was a article in the BBC whilst we were there saying that the Indian army spend $1,000,000 each day and dozens of people die each year to defend a glacier which has literally no importance, they just don't want Pakistan to have it. If that isn't the (very sad) definition ...
What a nice weekend! Friday at the daycare i got to listen to the kids tibetan class and I'm staring to pick up a few tibetan words like coco which is circle and mambo which is blue. I'm really enjoying being with the kids. Then on Friday night we were going to go to see the Great Gatsby but everyone told us not to waste our money on the movie because the movie is pirated. So we ended up going for dinner and ...
... juesque-là et aussi moins agressifs.
Après Dalhousie, on a continué d’avancer dans la vallée vers la ville de Chamba. Sur la route, on est passé par Khajiar, que les indiens nomment 'la petite Suisse’. C’est tout simplement une grande prairie avec un lac, mais les touristes indiens y viennent en masse pour faire du cheval. Chamba est à une altitude de 1000m et il faisait de nouveau chaud. Dans le centre il y a un grand terrain où il y a toujours plein ...