Hotel City Heart
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... himachali food but VEG ONLY, so pure non vegies like us can have some compulsory detox pgme. Nevertheless the food is delectable and mostly made from homegrown veggies so very nourishing and palatable. Some new dishes we tried were Naaspati veg, maadera rajma, kadi etc
Rooms are very basic but neat, tidy and some rooms have att toilets and a spacious veranda to just laze around over books with a flask of tea. The wooden floor is all covered with rugs and ...
... We decided to head to a small monastery run by monks on the side of the cliff face, we walked down many steps to get there and were lucky enough to get a private viewing of the Gompa where there was a jeweled headdress inside. We made friends with a cute puppy just outside which led to the monks showing us a footpath that led to the distant chanting coming from the Dalai Lama's Residence. We ate lunch and headed inside the complex to see what all ...
... silence was over on the last day I had a few people approach me asking what the f*ck I was doing hahaha.
Buddhism contains a lot of common sense, and most people engage in Buddist philosophy and practice without even knowing it. It's common sense after all. There was a moment during a lecture that I had this realization, that I'd been doing so much of this Buddhist practice and I'd had no experience with Buddhism whatsoever. I ...
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... along, the road abruptly came to an end just half a kilometre before Langera. As promised, a sizeable, dirt covered glacier had taken over the road. A JCB was at work at the other end, shovelling snow over the cliffs edge. The three locals with us promptly climbed on top of the glacier. My husband followed suit. I followed gingerly but it was neither slippery nor difficult to climb up, getting down might be but we would worry about that at ...