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 ...
... north through a Military base until we reached the small, quiet town of McCleodganj. It was a very bumpy ride when we passed through the town centre and there were loads of travellers about. We drove for a further 15 minutes along a dirt track (at breath-taking speeds again) until we reached a small temple with a flight of stone steps heading up the one side. We unloaded our bags here and ascended the steps until we reached our Base Camp lodgings for the evening. It ...
... stupidity then I don't know what is!
And so we moved from Kashmir into Himachel Pradesh. This is still in the Himalayas which is good - I'm certainly in no rush to leave the mountains. Although we only arrived this afternoon, I have a feeling I'm really going to like it here. There's many more tourists, lots to do and more fascinating people to meet and stories to hear. McLeod Ganj is the home of the Tibetan government in exile and the Dalai Lama. We ...
Well after a pretty busy week I have a minute to write. On Tuesday a monk set himself on fire in Nepal at 730 in the morning. His name was Karma Nyedon Gyatso. His self immolation marks the 121st. The monks and people of Tibet are self immolating as support to the Tibetan cause and as protest to the Chinese governments oppression of the Tibetan people. To pay respect to the monk there was a candle light march done by the youth congress. It was ...
... in decent attempts at Western cuisine and Tom was temporarily reunited with meat. At night time, we fell asleep to the sounds of the elements rather than rolling traffic. We signed up for the Dalai’s teachings, which consisted of two 2-hour sessions- one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The whole event was free, all it cost us was the price of a radio so we would be able to tune in to the live translation.