Sreekrishna Ayurveda Centre
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... across the crossing and continued down the track - no one batted an eyelid.
So I walked forward and leaned on the barrier across the road. The security guard saw me and waived me across.
Oh, I thought. Now that doesn't happen in England.
The trains here probably run at an average of thirty miles an hour so you tend to get plenty of warning of their arrival. High speed trains although rumoured to part of the ...
...noting how in everyday life, one's not able to look this far into the distance, and at such a beautiful landscape.
Before reaching our final stop, the three of us decided where our five homes around the world would be, and what we would eat on our final day on earth.
Once the boat was tied up we went for a sunset walk along the canal, seeing how people were living with TVs and motorbikes, despite other aspects of ...
Next port of call was just down the coast to a beachside ashram - yes, really - at Amritipuri. This is the international HQ of Sri Anatamandamayi Devi, known to the world simply as 'Amma'. She's also called 'The Hugging Mother', on account of the massive number of physical blessings (darshan) ...
... once we were off the main lake the waterways were very quiet, had houses dotted along the edges with residents fishing or washing outside their homes. We pottered along and a slow and relaxing pace, enjoying the scenery - it was stunning, bright green paddy fields stretching out away from the water ways into villages in the distance with no roads or industry in site. It was interesting chatting to my boat mate, she was a very outspoken journalist from ...
... for their goods, as well as to help them improve their living situation. One of the first things he did was using trenches and animal scents to deter the wild animals from the area where the natives were living, next was develop a market for the organically grown spices and purchase directly from these local harvesters to help improve their livelyhood. As the years have passed since its humble start, PDS has blossomed into a multi-million ...