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The week of Ganesh festivities has continued! We had the most amazing feast on Wednesday, a bit of a change from the usual veg curry and rice so we all had seconds and thirds and then spent the rest of the day in food baby agony as we'd not eaten so much for a long time (well since Mumbai anyway...) On Thursday we were invited to another families house for a slightly different celebration of Ganesh's mother, so this meant it was a celebration ...
... done had we wanted to spend the day at the resort in silent meditation and contemplation. A quick Wikipedia when we had some Wi-Fi later in the day revealed that OSHO was world renowned for his relaxed attitude to sexuality so we probably made the right choice not to join in whatever particular form this particular meditation would have been..
A hasty retreat to the calm of the Aga Khan Palace, a beautiful building that ...
... like aggrevating and relieving factors for the pain seemed to get lost in translation so we had to be a bit creative with our questions. Trying to examine a patient through a sari and while preserving their modesty in a big open room was another challenge to overcome, I can't hear murmurs at the best of times but did my best!
And as soon as it had started, it was suddenly all over- the room had cleared and we were left absolutely exhausted. We had a lunch of chicken ...
A tour of Mahabaleshwar was the treat in-store today, we were hoping for a full days escape and dreaming of a tasty restaurant for lunch, a coffe shop for some mid-afternoon tea and cake and then maybe an even better restaurant that served fish and chips and had an amazing view...however we were brought pretty quickly down to earth when we were dropped off back outside the hospital accomodation at 1pm having been completely put off our lunch at a local hotel by the ...
... and Nikki who watched Hostel while we were in Mumbai, freaked them out just a little bit. Inevitably dinner afterwards was a red cabbage curry..
The hospital almost exclusively cares for patients with HIV and/or TB, it started as a TB sanitorium and then soon got a reputation for caring for HIV patients too, and it is the stigma of having HIV that keeps other patients away- they feel that if they are seen to go to this ...
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