A creative art retreat in Dharamkot to escape city life, summer heat, and stress.
Lovely read, Ila! It beautifully conveyed the stillness you must have experienced at the pottery retreat.
I hope part two has more pictures of the Himalayas!
Ila, what you had to say about humility and pottery was lovely. This is going on my to-do list.
So good, Ila! I loved how it began with a glimpse into why you went. It set up my reading of your experience perfectly. Also enjoyed how you were able to dip into multiple facets of that retreat wrt food, stay etc.
Thank you for writing about your experience. I am adding this experience to my must do list. Can't wait to read part 2.
Dharamkot sounds like such a wonderful place. Hope to visit it soon. Thanks for the enjoyable read.
You always bring the unexplored experiences in your posts. A very enjoyable read!
Now I am gathering some courage to do a solo trip to the mountains as well😬
This retreat appears wonderful. Looking forward to part 2...
Loved reading this, Ila! Thank you for sharing your experience.
Ila such a well written article, felt it came straight from your heart.
Too short. Too short. Too short.
I love the sense of calm that infects me whenever I read anything by you. It is as if you extract an observation from chaos of the so called normalcy. Thank you for this. Never been to dharmshala and the last time I handcrafted something, it was 23 B.C. It was a spatula to test the pasta I was making in hell’s kitchen.
Part 2, please.