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... in a national election. There are 814 million eligible voters(!) and each state votes in turn over the next several weeks. The newspapers proudly boast of up to an 84% turnout in certain states, which is much higher than in the US. On the other hand, we've heard that votes can be sold so take the fanfare with a grain of salt.] Among other interesting material culture objects, there was also a menorah (!) on display - it was recovered from one of the remote villages on the Silk Road ...
The highlight of our experience in McLeod Ganj was having the opportunity to be present for a teaching from His Holiness the Dalai Lama himself. Being in the presence of such a prolific figure was an experience we will remember for the rest of our lives.
Maddie and Clay
Hello from McLeod Ganj (again)!
While Maddie and Clay were hanging out down here in society with, you know, noise and all that, the rest of us were up at the ...
... about love and marriage with the middle aged Hindu lady. They tried to get me in involved in this but I was just interested in cake :)
After two nights here we looked for another place to go before Delhi and picked Shimla to fill the gap. One more over night bus ahead!
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... Some children have documents or ties to their families but many don't. Walking back I thought about this and how tragic and lonely one must feel being completely alone in the world. Although I am abundantly aware of how important Mum and Ross are to me it makes me appreciate them even more. On the walk back we had an extremely bizarre moment, two young boys overtook us on the trail. Further up one of them pressed on and the other stopped for a toilet break.... ...
... not to hog his time. It was her sense of upliftedness (and OK, cuteness) that set her apart from the crowd.
High lamas seem to have a knack for knocking you off balance. I had it all planned out. I was going to do my three prostrations, hand my gift to his attendant, unfurl my khata, present it to H.H., sit down on the floor, and ask my question.
When I entered the room, H.H. was standing and immediately closed the distance between us ...