Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... Light together on the lawn, I saw a video of the story of the Buddha (very well done), joined in a medicine Buddha puja which is a ceremony to send healing blessings to loved ones. After dinner with a new friend, he joined me in a truly inspiring light offering ceremony around the stupa that was built for one of the founders of the temple Lama Yeshe who was a profound enlightened teacher and who died decades ago now. I was moved by how many young people with deep devotion were ...
... to catch our breath. We stopped an hour in at the “Best View Café” where we had a sit down and a drink to quickly recuperate. It was also a good time to shed some layers as it was turning out to be a great day and quite warm! WE climbed again for a further hour before it started to get a little harder going up. But we did manage to see the Mountains we were heading to and to the camp of Triund up on the ridge where we were heading to for the evening. After a ...
... to imagine it its loveley.
after a while , while realizing again that im in india. in this magical place.
im moving on to the stupa there are those praying cilcles at the wall you need to touch and ohm ore make a wish , so i touch every one of them and being very thankfull that im here. a other one is there a very big one a rimpling old monk is walking a round and touches i9t while he is ohm ...
We left Manali from the 'bus station' at the bottom of town, the station actually looked like a bus graveyard and seemed or be the place where busses go to die. On a large rectangular piece of flattish earth in the shadow of a few big hotels many buses in various states of disrepair sat awaiting us. We got there fairly early so were seated and uncomfortable waiting for the bus to depart. Some guys tried to steal our seats, it transpired that they had ...
Après toutes les villes immenses, bruyantes et chaudes, il était temps de prendre la direction des montagnes, plus tranquilles et fraîches. On a commencé par Dalhousie, une station de montagne construite par les britanniques dans la vallée de Chamba et à 8h de bus d'Amristar. Les 3 dernières heures de routes étaient assez serpentées. Quand on est arrivé à destination et à 2000m d’altitude, il faisait déjà frais. La ville est bien étendue le long de la montagne et assez ...