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Good location nice clean rooms and friendly staff. Most rooms share the bathroom but they are kept very clean
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... looking. So wise and true. It started to rain at this point, tropical rain, heavy shards of water rain, so I sheltered in the temple's porch. A friendly elephant approached. 'Greetings traveller,' said the elephant. 'How do you do, Mr Elephant?' Harry responded. 'Well. Do you seek the truth?' 'Not really, I'm just sheltering from the rain.' 'Wise to do so.' 'It'll stop soon.' 'The rain pours as the heart desires.' 'Too true... Hang on, are you a statue or a real talking elephant?' ...
... don't tell!" in mind, but describing the experience here is rather challenging! Also, I checked facebook stats of the ashram's page, and it doesn't seem like upping the amount of posts as much as we have has made that much of a change to the visitor count and participation. Oh well? I keep doing my best! Someone bought a booked called Self Development from the library, and I was curious about it and looked through it. At the end was a good list of to ...
... being built and is scheduled to be finished in April 2015.
This is a great alternative to the round of day tours and adventure activities. For us, neither being craft work inclined it was an enjoyable few hours learning from a most patient teacher. The learning is taken in small steps from making the initial cardboard template through demonstration of how to use the tools on scrap leather. You then glue your leather prior ...
Instead of meditation at 6:30am, we went on a walk as a group to a temple called Peacock Temple about 10km (6miles) away. We watched the sunrise from a wooden shed... it was so beautiful-- the sun gradually dyeing the sky red and the clouds soaking up the colors... over low rolling mountains.
Then a monk (the main teacher there) opened the entrance of the temple for us, where we sat and admired the place. The teacher gave a ...
... in, get shown to my room (past the pool, oh and my room over looks the pool Yipeeeee ....when its not dark I will take a photo :) and I drop my things and head straight out to eat
For 100TB I had chicken Pad Thai and a large (didn't finish it) fresh drink. Can you guess which one I had? ...