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the view from our balcony. you might not be able to see them, but there are two eagles circling, somewhere in the middle. to the left is a beautiful snow-capped mountain, and to the right is more trees and prayer flags.
surrounded by snow-capped mountains and pine forests, eagles soar above and below, screaming the joy of their limitless freedom. the rains come and go, sunshine greeted by a rich chorus of birds, dogs and people.

it is beautiful here in the mountains. our room has a balcony with an unbelievable view. the guy who owns our building (bini) is amazingly sweet and friendly and helpful. the air is clean and cool, nights are freezing and the blue sky is dotted with little fluffy clouds. tibetan prayer flags flank the tree-studded mountains. monks walk through the streets alongside hikers, hippies, families, and tourists from all different walks of life.

dinner is calling me :)

[one aspect of life that i am playing with and working with most recently in my life is being totally 100% present. when i've spoken to some people about this, i've mentioned oneTaste. if you're curious, there's the link!]
groovypoo says:
Hey, did you go on some treks in Mcleod Ganj and if so, would you recommend full on walking boots or just some sturdy walking sandals? ta very much

Posted on: May 27, 2011
qumle says:
ohh dear Renata, so envious. that sounds like the real deal.
being present is not really working for me after I came back home...
Posted on: Apr 03, 2009
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