Manali - White Mist, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... about them (that was the time when I acquired the piece that I have been wearing for the past eight years). I am not into the New Age stuff about the strange mystical powers of crystals but if I see a piece that speaks to me I will stop in my track to look at it. The shop keeper seemed bent to sell me something. He had a moonstone necklace which I liked very much, it wasn't of great quality and had many many defects, but the moonlight hue was genuine and beautiful. ...
Another uneventful car day to Manali further East in Himachal Pradesh province, which took around 8 hours. Not much to report other than turning up in Manali and realising we must be massively out of season as the place was dead! Hardly anywhere was open and most places were just sprucing up ready ...
... involved an excessive amount of writing, guitar playing, cold nights, and beautiful scenery. It was a sufficient preparation for the ten day silent Buddhism course at Tushita that followed the next week.
Tushita provided more than I originally expected. The ten days were a chance to learn about a religion I knew little about, with a completely open mind. I meditated, kept the silence, took notes, and walked away with what I found helpful; it was a truly special experience. ...
... rainy!! I'll just say (and i am not being overly dramatic here) that i have never been so exhausted, nervous, and awe-inspired at the same time..... As well as so happy to arrive somewhere in one piece!!! I started today with a 90 minute session of yoga on the roof of my hotel, my body protesting at being bent into such poses for the first time in ...
... about a 5minute walk from Mcleodganj. A little quieter than its busier neighbour we wanted to explore what it had to offer. Taking our own route to the waterfall we met two monks along the path. They took an interest in learning where we were from and how long we would be in the area, showing us the way down to the waterfall below. It was a beautiful sunny day so the waterfall had attracted many Indian families and groups of tourists. It was lovely to ...