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Charming India

Sometimes when you move around a bit, you see these intriguing sights and objects that broaden your worldly knowledge and make you grow as a person. 382 more words

But Why

tashi dalek from McLeod Ganj

So, I have now been in India for just over 3 weeks and it’s already been an exhilarating eye opener! I managed to navigate a mere handful of the sights of Delhi I planned to, although I did add yet another international metro card to my collection so if and when I land back in London, Porto, Delhi, Seoul then I can jump on the underground system without fear of being charged the overpriced tourist rates! 1,358 more words


A Chance Encounter In McLeod Ganj And The Musings Of A Wandering Mind

Woods are enchanting.They are partially the reason for my fixation with mountains. While reading Enid Blyton’s The Enchanted Wood in my childhood, I had convinced myself that woods were magical. 785 more words


Visiting magical McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala

Although McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala is one of the most visited places in India, it took me almost 1,5 years to visit the place myself. My trip to Dharamshala was as spontaneous as it can get. 1,027 more words


DAILY PHOTO: McLeodganj Bull in Traffic

The moment you realize the car seeking to merge is not a car, has horns, and is not afraid to use them.

The moment before you realize that he’s not the kind of bovine who deviates.


Recharging in McLeod Ganj

After two crazy weeks in Delhi dealing with some unexpected and particularly unpleasant visa issues I was in much need of some time to recharge. Within hours of finally sorting out the visa, I had booked a flight for the next morning to take me to Dharmshala’s tiny airport, a short hop from McLeod Ganj. 799 more words


Mo MoMos Mo Fun

We flew out of Nepal into Delhi with Felicia, our new friend from volunteering in Nepal. Together we quickly got back into the Indian vibe by boarding an overnight “semi-deluxe sleeper” bus (AKA the seats lean back) to Dharamsala, home of the Tibetan Government in Exile and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. 902 more words

Aloo Paratha