Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... a couple of days ago. Some of them were recent American college graduates who were going to do volunteer home stays (where they'd work in a preschool for a couple of weeks or a month)bin Dharamshala, and one was an Australian nurse who spends her vacation time volunteer nursing in different countries (in a week, she'll be in Sri Lanka). I'm not sure why it's such a hub for volunteerism--maybe because the need is great here, but it's ...
... with the shop because whenever the door of the brick pizza oven was opened, smoke fills the room. The pizza there was fairly great. There were a few very interesting selection and one of them, called the Tibetan special, caught my eye. Have any of you heard of pizza with mutton and cashew nuts? It was great. If it weren't for my freaking headache! Vickie hired a taxi for the trip. I offered to pay for some of the fare and she grudgingly agreed. I am paying him 6 and ...
... passport, we are going over to the police station, in the hospital's Van! I could hardly believe my ears, I did as I was told, hoping against hope that there is some kind of miracle that is happening. We drove by an army station, he rolled down the window and talked to a friend of his. Not knowing if this is anyone that's going to decide my situation, I showed my utmost respect to him. Nope, not the right person. We proceeded for another 5 minutes and got to the police station. ...
... we want to set for the next year and years to come. This Retreat also taught us much about ourselves and how to associate ourselves with the world around us.
The meditation retreat took place in the world renowned Tushita Meditation Center. When we got there most of the students had already arrived and had set up camp. We all got to sleep in separate rooms with students from all over the world. We also got our karma yoga jobs, which meant having to do ...
... important life events (such as a child's first haircut) at the temple.
The Norbulinka Institute of Tibetan Culture was a bit of a disappointment. The beautifully manicured grounds had the overly slick feeling of a Disneyland-type tourist experience. The crafts that were manufactured by the students were for sale in the gift shop (at prices that I thought were extremely high when compared with other Buddhist ...