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... if you'd like, and spend the last day of your stay there. Visit the Namaste Cafe and have the food there (you won't be surprised but the food at every restaurant on every beach in Gokarna is the same!)
Once you're done, go back to the city and do a lot of shopping because Gokarna is like a mini-Goa, a non-commercialized one at that and you get brilliant stuff for dirt cheap rates.
Make sure you stay here for more than a weekend, at least!
... back, stood there for a while to, as if sip in the beauty, I could see, he was happy.
Next house was owned by a doctor couple. They had three daughters and one son, obviously the most pampered and spoiled one. Well, what I remember about this house was a beautiful didi who aspired to study medical like her elder sister. In my free time, I used to hang around her. She had this beautiful set of lips which she adorned with lipsticks, oh my – my, she ...
... practice in everyday routine helps ensure that the nasal passage is not only clear but also working to efficiently purify warm the air that reaches the lungs. Essentially, Jala Neti involves introducing salt water in through one nostril which travels through the nasal cavity, and out the opposite nostril. It's a simple, short process that takes no more than 5 minutes. The outlook on this process, when approached for the first time, must be one of non-judgment. ...
... hotel in the afternoon, we headed back to the Ashram for the evening concert where we found a large audience awaiting the music. Everyone had taken their seats and was bundled up, as it was quite cold in the evenings here. India is a country of tolerance and adaptation and despite the cold, an outside concert was the venue and everyone just prepared for an evening ...
... a the restaurant and another in the bar downstairs when a guy notices I'm reading a book by Rudyard Kipling who is one of the most controversial writers in the english language that never used a profane word, or wrote about drugs, or sex or anything that bordered on social deviancy. In fact, his writing are best known today from the Disney cartoon adaptations of the Jungle Books. The guy explained that he used to love reading Kipling when he was a kid and ...
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