Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
Travel Blogs from Dalhousie
... that the Tibetan people aren't angry or mad at the Chinese government for the oppression. On Wednesday I just stuck to my usual routine of the daycare in the morning and then teaching in the afternoon. Then on Thursday it was a special prayer day do I got to spend the day doing some shopping and visiting the Dalai lamas temple. While I was there I met a man who was from Australia but he has lived in India for a long time now and he was talking ...
... actually. My home stay family is amazing and incredibly kind and understanding. My home stay mother has taught me how to make delicious Roti, knit socks, and deal with spotty electricity all while dealing with a very energetic and destructive two year old! Every morning we get up at 6 to start getting Tenzin ready for creche. It takes a lot of work and a lot of Nickelodeon to get him out the door. I am constantly amazed by my Amala (Mother in Tibetan).
... Indians come here to go to Manimahesh Lake, supposedly where Shiva lived, and we bumped into what we assume where Shiva worshippers with very interesting outfits. Bharmour is almost at the end of the valley and there are no roads going on. We originally thought about trekking over to the Lahaul valley to reach the Spiti Valley, but as this included a 5000 metre pass, we decided not to. Instead, we headed back to Chamba from where we could take the very long way round to the Spiti ...
... and they really wasn’t very sympathetic to how we were, in fact we were told if we didn’t like it, we knew what we could do,
Polly left a note under the door and would see us today, but we had already arranged to move rooms with reception, BUT she did drop over and we explained and showed her the shower, she didn’t show much concern, but anyway, we have a cleanish room, now,
BUT I am appalled my the attitude of UKtoOZ, I know ...
... this cottage to stay at. The cottage is one of our favourite places to relax, read, practice, do yoga, meditate, and of course play with the wonderful kids who stay there, Jadeep and Ajadeep. Their parents, Hakim and Kusum, are such beautiful and caring people and are always so delighted to see us and so sad to see us leave. It ...
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