Sajjan Bagh Resort
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... their hard earned money to go to a place and get high every day, however, we didn't expect a Hindu (and strictly Vegan) town, to be this way. It wasn't so much the fact that one of the waiters in our hotels roof top restaurant was dealing drugs to a washed up 50 year old long-term resident, our decision to leave was more about the many hippie tourists looking wasted, sipping their coffees on the small laneways with ...
... about an hour. At this point I started to get skeptical as Bishol had never "done the hike" and we were running out of time to make our way up the hill, so I figured there was a trick like a car or a cable car. Unfortunately when we reached the bottom of the stairs I was quickly proven wrong. The climb was up uneven steps and a steep incline. About half way up my knees were aching quite a bit and I decided to just stop while the others continued on. The view was nice but ...
... words which, mostly you probably won't get right until they switch to English but hey. They have a small tray with red powder, yellow powder, rice and flowers on it and they mean different things I don't remember exactly what, I think one is good health, one is good mind, one is good body. I don't think they mean rippling abs. I mean, clearly I already have those underneath this layer of fat. They'll ...
... sticks but will otherwise let them off the hook for trespassing a competition ground. We then went on a camel safari with a camel named Romeo, through a village in the desert where we met some new friends. We're tempted to get a camel of our own. 500 dollars is the going rate for a nice camel... Add $400 for trailer and accessories. We could potentially save on train tickets and even make money by selling day safaris for tourists. It is a long way to France ...
... help us in
any way, and teach us a little bit about the people, culture and beliefs. He
arranged for us the hire of a little scooter (scooty) to nip around the local
area in, and we are planning some day trips to the countryside just outside of
the main town, and also to some temples which are perched on top of the hills,
to either watch the sunrise or the sun down. We’ve also been invited to give
some ideas towards a new retreat encampment which is ...