Aamod at Ala Dalhousie
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... this very nice suprise. there is is stupa there. (a budism temple)
and than my mouth fall open what i see behind the temple i look trough the bleu white green and red flags and i see so much beautiful mountain with snow on top of it , this is again the himalaya but this one is so clear and so white.
everywhere there are the tibetan flags , you hear them with the wind , the rest is silent. ...
... things out for ourselves, to see if they fit.
We are pleased to announce that Dr David Bathgate will once again be leading photography workshops to Dharamsala and Ladakh this Autumn and in April and October in 2013. Updated itineraries will soon be posted on our website.
The Dharamshala photography workshop itinerary has now been posted on our website. ...
Stinging Nettles: It's not just for cave retreat food anymore.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2012/0 4/27/151521410/taming-those-wild-stingi ng-backyard-greens-into-dinner
... made Mcleod an area that you could spend a considerable amount of time in. Other than our usual slow meandering around taking the place in we also visited the residence of the Dalai Lama (which if truth be told was somewhat of a disappointment) and the Tibetan museum (which was not). At only 15 rupees for entry including access to a 1 hour documentary. A completely worthwhile experience which was informative and eye opening as it was ...
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