Peace Channels Dalhousie Resort
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... wonder the other bus failed to make its way up!) When we got to the new station, we found out that our bus was still late as it had attempted to climb up to McCleodganj and had to make its way back down – typical really. Finally, after over an hour we got onto the bus (had to pay for our luggage to go in the hold though). And we then finally headed off out of Dharamsala and headed south to Delhi. The roads were very bumpy and lots of bends and after about 30 minutes ...
After three weeks in India we have fallen into a pretty relaxed routine. On Mondays we get up I'm usually up first and have been banned from going into the dinning room which is also a bedroom and living room before nine o'clock. Guess I accidentally woke Kristen up one too many times... Oops. Then we make our way to the daycare and spend sometime time with the kids. Then we go for lunch today was at a little Japanese cafe with really good tempura. Then ...
... that she will most likely never see her home again. You might also never guess that her uncle, a man of 79 years, spent 24 years in a Chinese prison being tortured just because he was a monk. Mothers are all the same; they just want the best for their kids, right?
I love you, Ma!
Wow I don't know how I'm going to follow Giovanni... I am having a fantastic time in my home stay here in McLeod-Ganj! It has been my favorite week of ...
... 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 ...
... the transition back to normal life? "Transition" was the only word in our conversation that threw him. I offered "shift" and he immediately understood. At the monlam, he mentioned that in 2008 he took an interest in learning English. His command of the language was impressive.
He said that I could treat my life back home as a pilgrimage too. There was no need for a transition. Also, it would be good to continue keeping a journal (yes, he definitely ...