More pictures from India and elsewhere.
Blogspot uploads images in reverse order, which is a bit of a pain, so this picture from Montreal comes out first. It's a pretty strange sight in contrast to what we saw in India.
I shot this whilst Sanju and the Pakistani truck driver were negotiating. Unfortunately you don't get any sense of the immenseness of this view. This is not a tiny stream, as you might think, but a raging river several hundred feet below us.
This is a dog who plagued us throughout the teaching. He got a lovely grooming today, but it will probably be his last - sadly, nobody has time to take care of dogs in India. Well, that's not entirely true - the Tibetans dote on their dogs. But for the most part dogs like Tashi here just run wild. They're not exactly wild dogs, because they interact just fine with people, and the people aren't unkind to them, but they're more like neighbors than friends.
This is a view of the detritus that remains when everybody is up for a break during the teaching.
A very typical street scene. You can see the nut roaster under the blue awning to the right. Very tempting, but too scary.
A lovely temple up near the crazy circle.
A typical vegetable stall, right alongside the road near the top of the hill. We would see this every day as we went up the hill to the Green Hotel Cafe. There was really a lot of nice-looking produce in the market.
Amit consented to have his picture taken next to the nice car. I think he was a little puzzled about it, though.