1200hrsI then went shopping for mementos, Tibetan cutlery, Korean noodles and semi-precious jewellery at the temple road market. I visited another temple located right in the middle of the market and then headed for lunch.I visited Tibet Kitchen, a restaurant located at the main square that serves delicious Tibetan and Indian food. Here I gorged on several plates of momos and thukpa, and felt like my trip to Himachal was finally successful.1330hrs
McLeod Ganj Monastery, My First Time Experience Gaurav told that we should visit Monastery and we did. There was one in the market. It was my first time to visit, though I have been a follower of Buddha and even adopted the path personally on one Buddh Poornima some years back. We spent some time there, though it was in the market, but it had serenity, the silence and my all tiredness went off by sitting there for some time. After spending some time, we came out. We took a bus to Dharamshala.
It’s a great place to meet fellow travellers and engage in hearty chats with Tibetans and their local life.If you are looking to buy some Tibetan handicrafts and other local goods then do some shopping on the streets where you can grab some Tibetan souvenirs and garments
Waste Warriors – With its head office in Dehradun, Waste Warriors has been working in the Himalayan regions of Mcleodganj and Corbett for many years. This year, they will be commencing their operations in the Spiti region. Waste Warriors visits Triund for weekly cleaning and invites volunteers to take part in this campaign. Come summers, the influx of tourism will hit the Dhauldhars and you can apply for the volunteership. The volunteering period ranges from single cleaning campaign to the time period you find convenient enough. Apart from cleaning campaigns, you can also join waste warriors to conduct education programs, art installations and wall murals.