Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... between the police officer and Mr. Dawa la and we were good to go. Wait, I haven't paid yet! I looked at Mr. Dawa la since I saw the police officer writing down the figure Ru1800 on paper. No, we were good to go. Apparently the police officer is satisfied with Ru1000 inside the passport and wouldn't even ask the official Ru1800. Okay, that suits me. I asked Mr. Dawa la how I should thank him properly and if a donation to the hospital in his honor ...
... down his Buddhist equivalent of rosary, started murmuring some kind of incantation or whatever it was called. Okay, II see you are one of them. I thought. There were another French man, who was very cocky but his odd charms seemed to have no effect on the police man. He claimed his wife is pregnant and not able to travel for three months. Good one, I thought. At 3 pm, there was a commotion and all of a sudden, a bunch of us were called ...
... and TCV is where these children will go. My friend Rinzin, whose family owns the cafe, was one of those children educated at TCV. TCV was established by HH's mother and because of its association with the Tibetan government in exile, it receives much international attention and support. However, the scholarship money don't just go to any children. A lot of it ended up going to the children of prominent family here or to the children of the people in charge there. ...
... at the hotel in Naddi, we found a place called the Naddi maggi Point. The sunset from this point is incredible, I just can't seem to find the words to describe how beautiful it is, it has an aura that engulfs you with contentment.
For the birthday dinner, we headed back to Mcleod ganj crossroads filled with myriad choices for dining. A typical indian cuisine with our gibbering was all we needed for our ...
... mountains around us), we check in at our hotel and have a free afternoon. The majority of us walk to the Tibetan Temple called Thekchen Choeling, near the residence of the Dalai Lama. It isn't as ornate or as huge as the temples we saw yesterday, which surprises me. Our host at lunch said that only about 10% of the population of Dharamsala is Buddhist since it is mostly monks who are passing through on a pilgrimage to visit the Dalai Lama. We learn that the Dalai Lama is at home ...