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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 ...
... Dali Lamas refuge now, I assume he gets out every so often, so he must see the rubbish in the streets, so instead of banging on about World Peace, how about cleaning up his own back yard, how hard can it be for his loyal monks taking time out to clean the place up or even put rubbish in bins, with the amount of monks that are wandering about, it would give them something to do rather than contemplate the meaning of life (or the best way to self ...
... camps in hitlers regime. It sounds awful and has been going on now for 60 years. We had a long day with lots of walking but it was a good day trip out which earned us our dinner (we have eaten very well whilst we have been here).
We walked to St John and the Wilderness Church and on to Dal Lake (7k) the Church was one of the oldest Christian churches in India and Dal Lake was a nice setting for lunch. Apparently in ...
... right up to him and held him by the hand briefly before he was whisked off by security. So I could've reached out and touched H.H. if I had wanted a severe beating from security. This actually happened to a local Tibetan performer who, for some reason decided to lunge at H.H. on his way out of the temple.
He was a weird dude. I would call him a Tibetan hipster. He's got a huge fro, rockin Raybans and other stylish ...
... life, but time was pressing on. A short distance below the village I noticed a path which led east towards the north face of the hill, the south face of which I had hiked along to get here; this being the right direction, I followed the path. It led downhill to a bridge north across a river, which disheartened me - I knew the route wasn't going to cross any rivers - before I spotted a smaller path leading uphill into the forest. It didn't look ...