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Travel Blogs from Mahabaleshwar
... festival, and it closed with a huge procession that started in the main hall of the hospital and then the Ganesh statue was transferred to the back of a pick up truck loaded with massive speakers and decorated with streamers and branches of leaves for a tour around the hospital wards and then out into the village and up to Tableland. What started off as a sing-a-long and a dance turned in to a full on carnival- the music was cranked up ...
... makes you think they're just saying it because you look exactly the opposite... and a tour of the gift shop which contained a large window looking out onto the meditation deck, the maroon-robed resort inhabitants proving far more interesting than any of the books on offer. Had we done our research about OSHO a bit more thoroughly before we went we maybe wouldn't have been as surprised about the HIV/AIDS test that we would have had ...
... order in front of me waving their notes and waiting for their turn. It was a little bit nerve wracking and the expectation that these patients had of me just because of the stethoscope in my hand suddenly felt like a huge responsibility. In the UK I would have messed about waiting for a pillow to support their arm, waited for them to be quiet and probably wouldn't have had four or five children milling around my chair, each pulling on my top and tapping me to get their attention. It ...
... rock with a small stream flowing through it. Some guidebook research and broken translation from what an old man who was sat next to the piece of rock said that this stream was the start of the Gayatri River and 4 other rivers in the region, all of which are attributed to a hindu god.
Taking our now daily walk into town to stock up on the absolute essentials (chocolate, crisps, biscuits and diet coke), with the help of a local lady we finally located the ...
... The patients and their families are encouraged to walk around the grounds once they feel strong enough, and the setting is perfect for a bit of recovery and rest.
In an attempt to break the monotony of the hospital canteen, which unfortunately on day 2 had already started to set in we decided to venture out for a bit of tea at the hospital down the road. Confident that we would be rewarded with an absolute feast fit for ...
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