Aveda Hotel, Dharamshala
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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7am - alarm goes off I'm not happy having not slept well last night thanks to a stranger knocking in my door three times at like 3am... And well being on your own it certainly gets your heart racing. After not moving or answering the door and many silent prayers for them to go away I finally drifted back to sleep in the safety of my double locked room 7:20am - drag my ass out of bed I brush my teeth and pack up my last few things before starting my long journey North ...
... in our glasses and top it off with limca (lemon lime flavored soda). We eat, drink, and laugh until we cannot eat, drink, and laugh anymore. We slowly climb the hill ad climb to the top of the hotel to settle in for the night.
Morning comes and we set out for some sites, one of which is the Beatles Ashram. I am excited because it is so fascinating to me that I am in a place that my favorite band spent so much time. When we finally reach the destination there is ...
... there so Shaz did the honours of fixing it for him with a little sticky tape, that sucker was not going anywhere. They even bought over some shoe nails for her to use, which she did try, hammering them in with a spoon, luckily they didn’t stay. Back to the hotel now for a little party in our damp room. Stopped off at our little blind friend for some more vodka as he was cheaper that the bottle shop and back up the ...
... to get amazing views of the Kangra valley and the Dhauladhar ranges which were just as amazing as annapurna but with less snow and not so high only 2850m. On top of this hill was "goat city" which was random just hundreds of goats chilling out on rocks and not even caring that I was walking right in the middle of them all, they were just soaking up the sun. What a life lying in the sun and looking at the stunning views.
Turns out that the Dalai ...
... together, and it would have been nice to say goodbye together but it wasn't to be. Hugo and I went off to follow the new schedule and Claire and Fred continued with the old one. As we went down stairs the Deputy explained we were covering for a teacher who was off sick, a fair enough reason except that half the male teachers just sit around all day and any one of them could have done the extra lessons. I soon became very grateful that ...