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She leapt into the garbage bin as we watched, and looked up when she heard us walk over. Her eyes were liquid and huge. She was thin and obviously had puppies somewhere.

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Nepal: Tibetan And Himalayan Peoples

229 flights. Or so says Anna’s iphone’s health app.

My legs were nowhere near as prepared as they should’ve been to trek up Triund. It took us (me, Anna, and two friends we met on the nightbus from Delhi ~ Conor and Matt) 5 ish hours to make our way up the rocky path, through tightly-wooded forest and stomach-dropping cliffs to the saddle of the mountain.

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Nepal: Tibetan And Himalayan Peoples

Mountains, celestial bodies and telephone wires.

“Waking this morning I smile. Twenty-four brand new hours are before me. I vow to live fully in each moment and to view all beings with the eyes of compassion.”

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A cuppa of story from McLeodGanj

In conversation with the smiling eyes from Tibet over a cup of tea!!  We were hurrying to finish the packing & leave hotel. We were quite exhausted from the bike ride (Mcleodganj – Dainkund – M… 7 more words


A week in Dharamsala - teaching English to Tibetan refugees

Dharamsala is a small town in western Himachal Pradesh. The hill town a few kilometres above it, McLeod Ganj, nestles in the foothills of the Himalayas and is approached through twisting roads lined with pine trees. 654 more words


How Tibetan Culture has Influenced Me

Today’s guest post is coming to you from fellow writer, Yeshi Dolma. She lives in McLeod Ganj, India and here she chronicles its presence in her life. 1,158 more words