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... shops that served maggi, omelettes and coffee. We didn't waste a second and just ordered half a dozen maggis and started devouring it wolfishly. The chilling wind really makes it difficult to cook maggi at that altitude. They charge 50 bucks for a plate of maggi. The packet costs 10-15 bucks in the shop. So much price for the hard work. These shopkeepers stay there for 2-3 months in the tourist season. It goes upto minus 5 degrees in the night. Of Course ...
... a great speed so as to annihilate anything that comes in the way. We were holding the rope so tight as tho our life depended on it. (Yes it was)!
After almost an hour we reached the end point. Our vehicle was waiting with our luggage.
We enjoyed it. ...
... bit of shopping, with so many beautiful jewellery shops selling amazing silver and gem stone pieces. We had a traditional Tibetan massage which was just awesome! Overall we had such a lovely time, I would really like to come back and spend a bit more time in Mcleodganj, maybe stay for a few weeks and do a meditation retreat or yoga course. For anyone keen on taking a time out and wanting to learn about any of the things above, Mcleodganj should be at the top of your ...
... place and I feel the need to pluck up a bit of courage to talk to 4 guys sat opposite. They're not from Isreal! We play cards and drink beer. I show them a new card game and it goes down well as we joke and laugh about the madness of India. Two of the guys are from Delhi so I ask some interesting questions.
We then move on to another bar/restaurant just down the road. I get chatting to this English hippy guy. ...
... tables by the Ugly Family.
*Contemporary Indian philosopher, Tantric author and founder of the Ananda Marga School of Tantric yoga Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar describes the Tantric cult:
"A person who, irrespective of caste, creed or religion, aspires for spiritual expansion or does something concrete, is a Tantric. Tantra in itself is neither a religion nor an 'ism'. Tantra
is a fundamental spiritual science....."