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... down on it. I was presenting behind Maya so I got to get a good look at her finger painting. Her first attempt was watery to say the least but was still visible as a wet smudge above the politician's eyes...from there they got better. This proceeded with two hours of speeches, all very powerfully spoken, even with the occasional thump of the pulpit. One bloke who resembled an Indian version of Demos Russos even sang at the end of his speech. All the diganatories were ...
... for nothing and must start considering other options like bus or even better, sleeper buses which is not so bad if you can control your bowels and bladder for long periods of time. When, in the middle of the night on the ride from Pondicherry to Cochin, the driver stopped, turned the lights on and woke everyone up at the shout of "toiiiilets" in an accent that sounded with anything but, I jumped out of my upper bunk! put my shoes on in a hurry and went out only to find ...
... left for as much as possible and managed to stick with it for most of the day. I arrived here at about 4 ish - found a good guest house on the cliff - parked the bike and went walkabout. I was last here about 5 years ago and on first impressions things don't appear to have changed that much. The one thing that has noticeably changed though is me - I'm ...
... Steves thoughts on the place! When arriving in India for the first time it is safe to say we were both a little anxious. Partly because we knew India would be a test of our resolve and partly because we had no idea what to expect from our Ashram experience which would begin it. On arriving it was clear that I had an advantage over Catherine having experienced similar surroundings, regulations and processes before. Checking into 'reception', being handed bed clothes, both being given ...
... br> In my world, we all have a path. If we are on it then life is good. We move forward and grow as people, and although the journey is not easy it is ultimately satisfying. When you're on your path you know it: you may not know where you are headed but you can see the gravel beneath your feet. And it's your kind of gravel.
In my world you do not create your path; it is already there inside. Your ...