The Gateway Hotel on Residency Road
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... south indians are super intellectuals!) After 2 days stay with Shwetal, went to Interenational Center of Art of Living Foundation. Those who don't know, its a place where people from all over the world and all walks of life come to learn about and experience different layers of human conciousness via several types of meditation, group building and leadership activities and workshops. It is also largest volunteer based organization in the world. Here, I meditated for 5 days ...
... it immediately, a fully working washing machine, an oven, electricity that always works, walking without slow walkers blocking the pavements all the time, streets that smell nice, insects (especially cockroaches) of normal size, movies where people actually do kiss, Grolsch, to be alone when I want/need, a board game once in a while, swimming when it is hot, and so on….
It’s surprising ...
After 2 days of full time touristic activity, we decided to take our time on the morning and attend the wedding reception of our friends Sukriti and Rajesh in the afternoon.
We spent some time swimming in the pool, spa and massage. A lady came to our hotel to do a hand henna known as mehndi for me. I waited for 2,5 hours before washing it ...
My past experiences with roommates taught me things otherwise unknown. They taught me the excited screech that developed when a fellow TISB ian got accepted into college. They taught me the science that followed secretly making noodles in a half cut plastic bottle. They taught me that it was the intensity of the bad days that increased the luminosity of the good ones. They taught me ...
... One priest kept signaling to the band, waving them to play and stop. I still didn't get what they were all about, until it was explained to me. There are certain moments that are "auspicious." If somebody wanted to curse the marriage, those would be the right moments to do so. In order to drown out any potential curses, the band was playing loudly at those moments (kind of like why we shake graggers on Purim). And "playing" is a relative term. I don't ...