Hotel Anuradha Palace
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... strings, just like a swing. It was a very old construction linked with a story of lord Laxman. The guide was explaining the long story behind it but I skipped it as I had less time, so I hardly got to know what this was suppose to be. I went shopping instead, it was something important that i could not miss as the Haridhwar market had some pretty Indian accessories,especially the shining,colourful bangles. These are totally worth splurging on. ...
... I know she has plenty to do.
It seems to me that the consistent schedule of ritual and practice holds it all together. There is such a rhythm and pattern to it all. I’m learning to experience it like the arch of Moving in Grace as the different energies emerging and falling back down again. I want to live with this kind of rhythm and intention and openness. It is not easy to create without the depth of tradition throughout history, but pieces ...
... For dinner we went to an organic restaurant up the road,again vegetarian but great food I had a lasagne which was really good. For dessert we all treated ourselves and bought some chocolate and sweets. Me and Anna ate our goodies in bed and watched insidious because it was the only English movie on and I scared myself to death so we eventually turned it off and decided it's bed time. Tomorrow will be a long drive back to Delhi and were dreading it ...
... hardcore" so I am cherishing the last moments of this. I probably wont have any updates or pics until after the course (2nd week of April) but will check in with you from time to time. I am really looking forward to this next adventure as I know it will be life changing for me! I miss everyone and I hope everything is going well. Don't be a stranger and keep in touch. Also if you have plans to travel this year, keep me in the loop. I can always try to meet up. ...
... as well. No cremation pyres, which is so commonplace on the Ghats along the Ganges in Varanasi.
At the other side of the bridge, we got bombarded by people selling calendars, post cards, tika paint, popcorn or shoe shine. Hotel choices are abundant in all areas as are restaurants serving Indian and their version of Chinese, Israeli, and Italian dishes.
EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE