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... directly in front of me decides to have a throwing up session! Bless her, she limited herself to just under half an hour but her finale involved a lot more spitting. Eeew! After that I decided that the world would have to share this wonderous journey with me, so started to write my blog, until - Now! 3am. Not a wink of sleep but it's all quiet on the western front so hopefully I will be able to write: 'Hours 7-9: slept like a log . . . ' until then . . ...
October 9, 2013
Up early, packed breakfasted and on the road by 8am. We were still in the Kangra Valley which is lush and thickly wooded. Nothing like the forests of Oregon, but green with lots of camphor trees, some pine and less habitation. Still, there is garbage everywhere.....
First stop of the day: Baijanth Temple, built in 1209. It was built for Shiva, god of destruction of evil. ( He almost always carries a trident.) ...
Huge apologies for the errors on the locations. This thing simply refuses to display the location I type, even when on the Internet! What a few days! Our exit from Lhasa was mostly urban and stinky, then through stands of poplar and willow. We ran in a beautiful, tight peloton paced by Menoj, our guide. It was all very relaxed and we arrived at our camp within five minutes of each other. As we waited for supper, John and Rose told us of a threshing going on just ...
... but Fred showed us around town (very nice of her!). We got a sim card, for easy calls in India as the internet is not reliable and we looked at some of the stores. The colours, sounds and smells of India are amazing. Walking around town you can always see the Himalayas behind, with their white snowy tops. With the children's behaviour improving the sky clearing and new found enjoyment of yoga, India is looking to be a great last stop.
CHUP RAHO! (be quiet!) Claire ...
Bir is a tiny village located in the north-west part of the state of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India.
Bir is a noted centre for spiritual studies and meditation and a growing popular destination for adventure sports such as paragliding and trekking. Bir is also home to a Tibetan refugee settlement with several Buddhist monasteries and a large stupa.
We stayed 2 weeks here, staying in a tibetan house and teaching english with 3 ...