Hotel City Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... hearts skipping a beat when on couple of instances the vehicle skid sideways on the icy mountain road, with the deep gorges staring by our side
Watching the old Amitabh Bachchan movie Coolie over hot rotis and Sabji in a village dhaba at the end of a nerve wracking journey
Watching a tiny tot who could barely walk, play slide on ice on the streams in his broken plastic sandals, and hide from us with his elder sister with whom he soon had a fight ...
Chiara and Becca plucked up the courage for an early morning capturing of ladakhi colour. Just down from the guesthouse is a stone house built in the traditional leh style, with carved wooden doors and window frames, capped with deep brown stained stick decor and coloured lintels. The owner peered out of his window to find two girls holding up packs of coloured swatches, pointing and squinting. We explained that we are architecture students doing a project ...
... it and rejoice as I was taught in its expression in others, but I also wonder if it is a way to protect oneself from actually feeling longing, grief, pain and other negative emotions that can be covered over by the intense love for this realized being? I’m not sure that there’s even a problem with that if it truly helps one to enlighten, but there does seem to be the threat of spiritually bypassing if one is not integrating or understanding where the ...
... a clowny face which she mimicks eagerly bursting in laughter. These are the real moments of life, the true reason for being out here, helping each other feeling joy, sharing in it. Kalu Rinpoche, in his book “Luminous Mind: The way of the Buddha” mentions that there are three kinds of human life. << First, the “unfortunate human life”, is one in which a person commits negative acts because he or she is subject to mental afflictions that ...
... my body. I was hallucinating, feeling as though I was positioned just behind my head and shoulders, still looking forward where the bike was going. It was unnerving, seeing the bike moving along but having no feeling of control whatsoever. It felt like it lasted a few seconds, who knows. I considered stopping but thought I'd see if I could carry on. The feeling never came back but it showed that sleeping in the high altitude Sarchu camp (4500m) had an effect on me. ...