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... to the toughest class they hold! For 2.5hrs our teacher led us through the postures from downward facing dog to shoulder stands and beyond! He frequently came down to correct us, pulling our bodies into the right positions, ouch! I felt battered after it; my body ached! I definitely need to work on my flexibility.
Dalai Lama Temple
A trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to see the residence, monastery and temple of the Dalai ...
... 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. ...
... or starvation. With a population of 6 million, that means 1 in 5 Tibetans has lost their lives at the hands of the occupation. The Chinese have cut ancestral forests, used holy lakes as toxic dumping grounds, conducted nuclear bomb tests, and destroyed over 6,000 monasteries and ancient sights. A moment of silence for all the suffering these people have endured.
So that, coupled with the grandness of what lay before me, inspired in me a desire ...
... I've met. We talk India what travelling is and what's it about. A really affirmative experience for me as we agree on many of the same conclusions and feelings of travelling and of home.
Time for my bed almost and I think, it's like as if by magic I've ended up here, in Jari, and India really. I can sense the trip's end round the corner, and in a way, my adventure has only just begun!
A nice sleep in is proceeded by my first actual shower in about 5 days. ...
... on the salt route to Tibet, Mandi is the gateway to the Kullu Valley and the junction of the main roads to Kullu, Chandigarh and Pathankot. The population of around 30,000 comprises Sikh, Buddhist and Hindu communities with a large scattering of Shaivite** temples.
Frenetic but friendly, Mandi town was home to local people with not a tourist to be seen. Local shops sold spices, groceries and hardware. Alan tried to buy some tonic water ...