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... of whether the prescription would be recognized in America. Probably not, if you ask me.)
There’s a kind of long and convoluted story that I want to tell now. When Gregory checked into the hotel upon his arrival a couple of days ago, the manager asked him to please “pill in the porm” – by which he of course meant “fill in the form”. It appears that they don’t have the “f” sound in their ...
... me to complete the move before erupting on me again.
Getting tired of being sick, I finally started taking anti-biotics (Norfloxacin, which I always carry with me in diarrhea-prone countries), as nothing else seems to be working. I also modified my diet to what I would normally eat when I have diarrhea at home: chicken soup and plain rice. I spent about ten minutes explaining to the hotel staff exactly what I wanted. To my surprise, they understood me ...
... I awoke, not to the splendid view that lies out my window, but to a terrorist-looking fellow on a ladder at my window, scraping and sanding in preparation to paint the outside of the hotel. Shortly thereafter, when it was confirmed that I would STILL not be checking out, I was asked to move into the room next door, as the room I was in was the only one that hasn’t been “renovated” yet. I put the word “renovated” in quotation ...
... free classes offered here in Rishikesh, hanging out with good
friends and doing yoga on the beach and swimming in the Ganga.
Here's a nice little summary about yoga that may be helpful to check out:
http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-4068/The -Purpose-of-Yoga-Meditation-in-Motion.h tml
I have heard some feedback that some would like more details
on life here these past 6 weeks so feel free to read on if you like.
I woke up ...
Rishikesh was packed with foreigners seeking yoga classes, chillum, or spiritual enlightenment. It's a laid-back city, beautiful in parts, but very much oriented towards the Western tourists. Loads of touts selling travel packages, postcards and meditation retreats... one was never far from "yes madam, what do you want?"
That said, I loved Rishikesh and spent eight days ...