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... predominantly led by the forest officers.
Sanji village was quite magnificent to see, as a small little agricultural
establishment on the side of a massive Himalayan valley. Despite the fact that
we were only in the foothill region of the Himalayas, the mountains were still
gigantic, and rivalled some of the largest North American ranges I have seen.
It is difficult to fathom how large the true ridges must rise at their
pinnacle. Farmland ...
... beautifully with the sounds of tabla. Video is enclosed.
The day ended with an eventful dinner. There was Khichdi and kadhi. The speciality was the cook had been told not to add salt in anything. It was saltless food. A taste of what Tapovan Maharaj used to eat many times. The expressions on many faces were worth noting. but everyone took it sportively as a sadhana and had their dinner admiring Tapovanji and His Tapas.
... package here is not unlimited. I have a certain number of gigabytes that I’m allowed to download, and one movie took up almost my entire month’s quota.) After I explained that to him, Dr. Singhal said that he would download it himself on his computer.
In order to help Dr. Singhal download the movie, I tried to find a good, easily downloadable version of it on YouTube. To my surprise, I managed to find a Hindi language version of the ...
Mussoorie, Tuesday, 16 April, 2013 – Return Home Day!
Gregory accompanied me to the nearby transport station for my ride to the airport. I had decided to splurge and treat myself to a taxi the whole way to the Dehra Dun airport, but those greedy Indians thwarted my plans. When I had an Indian guy who worked at my hotel ask the price of the taxi to the airport on my behalf a few days ago, the taxi drivers told him that ...
... about my friend Helmut in Bangkok. In my dream, he was planning to drive from Bangkok to Hong Kong, and he was taking someone else with him (a backpacker) rather than me. Shortly thereafter, I saw Helmut’s Indian doppelganger on television.
I watched TV and read until I got sleepy again at 4:30am, at which time I went to sleep again and didn’t wake up again until about 8:30am. I spent the entire day in my hotel room, eating only two bananas ...