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Ok. Fine. I admit it. Lemon, ginger and honey tea appears to be just as good at fighting cold and flu symptoms as pseudoephedrine. There, I said it. I draw the line at wearing brightly coloured woollens and stinking the place out with patchouli incense though, I'm not that much of a ******* hippy yet. I couldn't be a hippy anyway, I like ...
... in the perfect place with sea views and a big garden in the front away from the crazy city streets. Next stop was a little break sitting by the river and dipping our feet in as we were so so hot by this time and were entertained watching Indians swim in the after and drink from it because it's holy and will bring them good luck. I was even told off by a random man for wearing my sandals while dipping my feet in we spent the afternoon in the 60s cafe ...
... earlier in the sentence.
Then, this was the headline grabbing image of the flood waters roaring down Rishikesh, the serene expression on Shiva in stark contrast to the state of the river, which by the way is also pictured here seated comfortably in His coils. For those unaware of the significance, it is Shiva who arrested the descent of the celestial Ganga when she came to earth to relieve the people from the life ...
... with all rapids and
thrill. Kids joined us after 14 kms and they really took care of the kids waiting for us.
It was fun and exciting. All credits to our trainer Mr Teku. we were doing it for the first time and had our own fears. He motivated everyone and we enjoyed it. There are 9 rapids in this rafting expedition. Rapids are popularly named as, Sweet Sixteen (Grade-1), Marine Drive (Grade-2), Three Blind Mice ...
... me a purple shawl (no robe) I got to wear my normal clothes.
Swarmi Prem Viren was taking the class and he described the session as Kundalini meditation (every day there is a different style of meditation at his class).
I have tried Kundalini yoga so thought it might be similar. Then he described the full hour of what we were going to do. First 15 mins we shake our bodies (oh here we go - this is the one I saw on the TV!) and then we ...