WelcomHeritage Judge'S Court
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... to re-enter into its body. But alas, nothing could be done at that stage. Repenting on their blunder, all the family members and others who were present there implored Baba Gurbarbhag Singh to be with them Moved with their imploring and humble request, he agreed to be on a tree near the ‘Dhauli ...
Found a nice hotel at £20 a night, it's expensive for the area but I thought I'd treat myself....
Robbing *******s want £5 for internet access though.
So a few photos of the scenery on the way, it's getting better thank god. There's a photo of my crash helmet in there, I'm trying to show the amount of dust and dirt on the padding, I don't know if it's clear enough but it might give you an idea of the **** I'm breathing in all day!!
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 ...
The Golden Temple, Holiest Site for Sikh Faith, Amritsar, India (Nov. 4 to 6):
The Golden Temple, the holiest site for over 30 million people and the 5th largest religion in the world, was certainly a sight to behold. How many rupees for non-Sikhs to enter such an incredible attraction, you might ask? Well no worries, I have an answer: zero. You might also ask how much it costs to stay directly across the street from the temple. I have an answer for that ...