Dhulikhel Lodge Resort
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We took breakfast on the veranda, and were given a very brief show of the Himalayas as it came and went in the fog and clouds... then a great drive to campus and the conference venue thru rice fields. I went for a brief walk before sunset and dinner... after there was a tremendous monsoon...
Buckets of rain that I wish I could send to California.
... s laneways, closed in and narrow, no real plan and doesn't appear like anything is logical in the design. So, we get lost, and in desperation we overcome our male predisposition not to ask anyone for directions and I ask a traffic cop and he's says the hotel is 20 metres down the road, how f...g embarrassing - anyway please don't tell anyone, but I did say to Dale I had a good sense of direction and it appears it was not that good. Sunil takes us on ...
... was a new experience for all of us. We walked up to the meditation room, which was located at the very top of the resort, and met with our instructor. We were the only students in his class, so we were able to request an "introduction" to meditation suitable for children. The instructor was polite and unassuming, and led us through four different breathing techniques. During one of them, Sam Jackson was breathing so hard that he almost passed out. Caroline and I were ...
... that traffic police make on road and we were also stopped by the police few times and they generally check your journey details and, one time, they also checked the validity of the traffic permit that we had obtained at border. All the time all of them spoke to us nicely and were really intrigued by our appearance and also by the fact that we were on road from so many days.
When we crossed ...
... to share a room with Dhurba, in order to save on money, he asked me to play some music so I introduced him to Led Zeppelin... I'm not sure how much he enjoyed it but I tried at least!
The second day we walked to chisopani (translates to mean "cold water") we had a couple hours of blazing sun and a couple hours in torrential rain... All the hash house harrier running through streams and mud came into use here for sure! Before getting to the town we had reached ...