After half a year of non-stop travelling I can say I´ve been to places and I´ve seen a lot of stuff, sometimes incredibly beautiful, sometimes only stuff. Being constantly on the way teach you that you cannot really attach yourself to the people or to places, because you either don´t have so much space in your backpack or you cannot stay for so long in one place. And it is really difficult sometimes because I get easily attached.
Previously I was writing about things worth to do or to see in Delhi. Today will be something opposite. Today I am gonna tell you what not to do or not to see in the Heart of India. Sometimes it is not exactly something prohibited, it´s just not a must.
And here it is my dears, second part of the thing in Delhi worth doing or seeing. After 10 days spent there I can really say it was worth it! 🙂
India has a long, few centuries long history. It has been influenced by its enemies/conquerors like Muslims, Portuguese or English. From Muslims they took (or combined) the dressing styles, from Portugese the architecture (south west) and from English the left laned car traffic. Every conqueror left however also something else.
What to do in Bir when you´re done with all the prayers, meditation and yoga? You go paragliding!
Right after Holi we went with Lama and Karma to Sherab Ling, a Tibetan monastery complex (it is really huge) in Himachal Pradesh close to village Bir. His Holiness Dalai Lama was about to come there in one week to teach the monks on the weekend.