Club Mahindra Dharamshala
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The hotel gives you the feel of dharmsala even indoors with its earthy theme based interiors. The back garden has an awesome view of grey mountains with slight snow traces
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To really understand Dharamshala one has to feel it through its culture, rituals, it's prominent Hindu and Buddhist religion,the Tibetan people clad in bright clothes, their talented hand paintings and handicrafts,the simple living and down to earth lifestyle, the saintly atmosphere and the peace of the place that pierces the soul with its …
... there was one waiting there so I managed getting to the hospital at the usual time despite leaving ultra late and walking ultra slow. Frankly speaking, at this point, I am not even sure what the issue is. I thought it was with my blood pressure which turned out to be okay according to the nurse. I was able to communicate to everyone that I am making today my last day and that I intend to go to Dr. Laji's clinic in Manali on Monday. It went quite well and the idea was ...
... anyway but couldn't feel any lumps or bumps anywhere. I have never been able to yet feel a breast lump except once on a patient prior to mastectomy. My expertise is limited. Strangely enough, this probably is a pretty decent rotation for me because I am once again confronted with much internal medicine stuff which I have promptly forgotten right after step 2. Now this said, I am quite sure that most of the pathology I see here are quite different from the US. GI and URI are still ...
... which turned out better than the previous room, with a private balcony and all. I love it. The view is amazing too! Pictures will come soon. I went out to explore and picked up a few things that I need, including an extension cord and stuff. I decided to have lunch at a place called Tibetan Kitchen. As I was sitting there, I felt incredibly lonely, an insignificant person in a large community, with no friends. I so wanted to talk to someone, anyone, ...
... and recognizing those not as your enemies, but rare gems to come across as they are our greatest teachers.
A small example of how we can all tackle everyday small disagreements and live with a more peaceful mind, free from absorbing the anger one might put upon us.
I once read a saying that said "Life is 1 percent of what happens to us and 99 percent how we react to it". It is clear that we hold the intelligence as humans to choose which way to go, in any ...