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... pool. Most of the guests are either retirees or families with children. This was a perfect way to end my trip to India! I've put my winter change of clothing in my carry on, but am still reluctant to change out of my summer dress and sandals! No free wifi connection here at the airport in Delhi, so will try to post this last blog entry, in Brussels. India is ...
... a group of touts, both hands covering her ears, while screaming at the them to leave her alone. The other tourists passing by all looked at each other as if wanting to say Rookie. She’ll learn one day.
By learning, we mean she would eventually learn to play the game that was being played on all of us goras. "Just go with it" was the only way motto to follow if we were to continue to enjoy the country. For example, the favorite question touts asked to ...
... today and washed my laundry in the sink and hung it on my porch- feels very satisfying. Attending to our physical needs and taking care of ourselves is so important! The power was off most of the morning so I could not connect to the wifi. As always the blessing was that I chatted with Annike over breakfast . She is a photo journalist from Sweden, here for 2 weeks practicing Ashtanga with another teacher here. She has travelled to many places in the world, first time ...
... Narmada has specifically chosen it because it wasn't a bay, but a long open beach with nothing on it, just the sea on one side and the palms on the other and a couple of beach shacks which we passed on our way, and the best thing was it took like 5 minutes from our place to get there and it seemed like we were the only ones, as it was already out of season. Unsurprisingly, the vendors from the beach shacks were upon us in no time, but we managed to explain to them ...
... we had the time to take. It was an interesting moment when the buses tried racing each other to the bus stops. They get paid for the number of passengers that they take so it was a race to get to the next stop to pick the passengers first! They were cutting each other up and blocking the way then ushering the people on the bus as quickly as possible so the other bus wouldn't overtake! Hilarious to watch! When we got back to Mumbai we took a local ...