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 …
Live like the people do. Take the overnight train to Delhi. We were reunited! Nate had stayed behind from the camel safari to recover from dengue fever (he is completely recovered and well now) and the rest of the group was recovering from three days on the backs of camels. Nate in one train and the rest of the group in another we arrived half asleep, chai in hand, to one of the most crowded places on earth. Delhi has great people watching and we were ...
... drowning animals in their homes and changing the whole ecology and often the fish and native animals are not happy living in such conditions, which causes their delicate balance to get totally out of harmony. In my personal ecology it caused what is called ‘lung’ in Tibetan or a kind of side effect of improper meditation practice that can manifest as energetic to physical pain and even insanity. I think I lived with this condition for about 4-5 years managing ...
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Prior to arriving at the Palace we enjoyed a very special treat. One of our drivers, Bobbie-Ji, lives within walking distance of the Baijnath temple. We were invited to his place to have a cup of tea and to meet his family. It was a gracious and much appreciated gesture that allowed us to get a small peek into the private life of ...
... silver jewellery. To end the day we paid the taxi, a whopping £5 for the day, and went to a restaurant called the clay oven. I gave up on the meat and went all out veggie. I had mixed Asian Vegetables. They were fresh not overdone, and delicious best meal on the trip so far, especially as it cost 90p. Time to chat over some hot lemon and ginger, and make use of the wifi. Any visit to India must include this as a stop, it was a total surprise, clean friendly and an absolute ...