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... and as a Mother who is symbolic of Knowledge-Devotion-Service. We invoked her grace to purify us. We visualized one weakness / negativity which we want to drop and mentally offered it to her with a prayer to cleanse us of it and purify us. Then we had the dip in the Ganges. Water was cold but it was not biting cold. We enjoyed the dips and chanted a few mantras. We spent sometime on the banks of the Ganges meditating and watching the flow of Mother Ganga. ...
... their phones were turned off. Argh. Were we going? I thought maybe it was off. I went for breakfast. Got back to my room and felt a sudden need to pack and go. I knew roughly where they would be. I set off up to the main road to get a ride. I walked back and forth. No jeeps loaded anywhere. Thought, ok, maybe a bus ? One whipped by. A few minutes later another whipped by. Damn. I can’t read the signs on the bus anyways, how the h.... am I supposed to know where they are going? ...
... it was not so difficult for me to elude him.
I also found a little school that was right out of a Dickens novel: The classroom was dark and dingy, yet the students, obviously not of the upper classes, were all dressed in little suits with neckties. I was able to take a picture of them, which I attach.
Mussoorie, Tuesday, 09 April, 2013
Again, I couldn’t manage to get out of bed – until about 15:30, at which time I had to ...
... dish again (chicken chowmein), and it was delicious. In the restaurant, I got into a conversation with a Chinese-looking family. It turns out they were Nagas (people from Nagaland in the northeast of India) and they were in town to drop off their little girl at a boarding school. I commented to one of the young men on how good his English was, and it turns out that he’s studying for a PhD in International Relations. That was a surprise.
At the end of ...
... slice”. It must be obvious to Indians what this slice was a slice of, but to me it was completely baffling. During this meal, I finally found out: It seems to be a Mussoorie specialty to make omelets with a slice of bread inside them.
Anyway, this omelet was neither the best nor the worst I’ve ever had, but it was good – and cheap – at only 30 rupees. During my research on Mussoorie before I came, I learned that there is a ...