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Rishikesh & Dharamsala

Location: India

Lizzie's 30th & the first week in McLeod Ganj

6 Mar 2008, 6:02PM

Looking down the Ganges from our camping spot for Lizzie's 30th Birthday

9 Mar 2008, 6:35PM

The bend in the Ganges at Rishikesh from Lakshman Jhula

6 Mar 2008, 8:07PM

The birthday Snickers bar - do we know how to celebrate or what?

6 Mar 2008, 6:03PM

Lizzie preparing veg for dinner at our little camping spot on a makeshift table!

10 Mar 2008, 4:01PM

looking down the corridor of Sleeper Class on the empty train from Rishikesh. The end bunks only have two levels, not three. We like these seats during daytime journeys.

10 Mar 2008, 4:01PM

These are for you Dad, Sleeper Class on the train. The middle bunk is made by folding up the back portion of the seat and suspending it from the chains visible hanging from the top bunk.

11 Mar 2008, 9:51AM

People paint faces, wear T-Shirts, have flags etc. This guy made it into the Indian Times the next day for his patriotic face paint.

11 Mar 2008, 9:34AM

Speeches at the Temple in McLeod Ganj on Tibetan Uprising Day

16 Mar 2008, 5:42PM

The view of the snowy peak from our guest house balcony. Not a bad view for the day!

14 Mar 2008, 2:50PM

There are Tibetan prayer flags hanging from the trees around the town.

16 Mar 2008, 12:12PM

My Thangka after 6 hours of painting! You can just see the unpainted mandala shape in the centre. You are witness to a masterpiece in the making...

14 Mar 2008, 7:18AM

More snowy peaks in the Dhauladhar range - again from our balcony.



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The bend in the Ganges at Rishikesh from Lakshman Jhula

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Looking down the Ganges from our camping spot for Lizzie's 30th Birthday

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Lizzie preparing veg for dinner at our little camping spot on a makeshift table!

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The birthday Snickers bar - do we know how to celebrate or what?

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These are for you Dad, Sleeper Class on the train. The middle bunk is made by folding up the back portion of the seat and suspending it from the chains visible hanging from the top bunk.

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looking down the corridor of Sleeper Class on the empty train from Rishikesh. The end bunks only have two levels, not three. We like these seats during daytime journeys.

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Speeches at the Temple in McLeod Ganj on Tibetan Uprising Day

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People paint faces, wear T-Shirts, have flags etc. This guy made it into the Indian Times the next day for his patriotic face paint.

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There are Tibetan prayer flags hanging from the trees around the town.

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The view of the snowy peak from our guest house balcony. Not a bad view for the day!

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More snowy peaks in the Dhauladhar range - again from our balcony.

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My Thangka after 6 hours of painting! You can just see the unpainted mandala shape in the centre. You are witness to a masterpiece in the making...