Honeymoon Inn Mussoorie
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... great treasure-house of Knowledge or 14 main abodes of Knowledge of Hindu Scriptures. 4 Vedas, 6 Vedangas and 4 Upavedas. Including Smritis, 18 Puranas, 18 upapuranas, Itihasas- Ramayana and Mahabharata etc. the knowledge bank is very vast.
- At the age of 16 Tapovanji dropped out of school but mastered Knowledge.
- He was also a brilliant student, far and away the best in his class. But he soon ...
... Our lunch was in an old hotel also from the late 1800's with a great up stairs restaurant looking out over the town and way over to buggery towards the flat country. The mist rolled in and spoiled the view after awhile. We all walked back to the motel via different ways exploring different sections of the town this has got be one of the best places we've been to, I think and I certainly would like to stay awhile longer, but that ...
... I squished my way through the narrow isle. Trying to hold onto the seats and not fall into any of the curious onlookers laps. No doubt I was the only foreigner on the bus. And a woman alone. An older man asked where I was from? Travelling alone? Yes. GOOD. He seemed very impressed. Didn't have to stand for too long. A young man shifted over and let me sit in his seat. Thank you. The drive went very quickly. I felt safe. Much better than yesterdays nerve racking experience. Thankfully ...
... one of those little pills last night, my voice seems to be back to normal. Amazing! Unfortunately I am still unable to sing, and I won’t even say how bad I am on the piano.
While Gregory went for breakfast (I had already had my cereal in my hotel room), I visited the pharmacist to order some more of Scott’s medicine that he hopes will help him beat his cancer. The pharmacist, who is by now becoming a friend, ordered the medicine and told ...
... have hoped.
After dinner, I stopped by a small shop near my home to buy some water and some milk. The bill came to 66 rupees and I paid with a 100 rupee note, which meant I should have gotten 34 rupees change. The shopkeeper gave me a ten rupee note, a twenty rupee note, and three identical-looking coins, which I took to be one rupee each. Since I am unfamiliar with Indian coins (coins are rarely used in India – at least with foreigners), I ...