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Travel Blogs from Mussoorie
... not eating it. But I was hungry. And now I’m paying for it. Oh well, to make myself feel better, I’ll tell myself that I needed a quiet day in my hotel room anyway.
I got another interesting email from Pennsylvania Paul with an article about the aggressive monkeys in India. You can read it at this link if you’d like to.
Something else interesting about the article that Paul pointed out: Below most Yahoo articles, there is ...
... Gregory came to town, I was almost always easily able to get a rickshaw for myself for twenty rupees. Since Gregory has been here, they have been trying to get us into the same rickshaw – for 40 rupees. Given that we are rational consumers, we tell them that we will only ride together for 30 rupees; otherwise we want two separate rickshaws. However, if we show up together, they will not let us take two separate rickshaws!
So the last time ...
... parts of this book both during my teacher training course as well as during my first year of teaching, but I find it beneficial to read it again now that I have some teaching experience. One idea that I got from re-reading it is to introduce grammar by showing examples – then letting the students try to figure out the rule – rather than giving them the rule at the outset and then showing them examples.); “You Are Your Own Gym”, about how ...
... of those walks have been for the purpose of moving to different hotels; some of them have been for ridiculously long shopping trips to try to find something that I can eat; and some of those walks have even been to find medicine to help ride me of this diarrhea that I got from that bad meal at my hotel. But, assuming I don’t die from any of these things, it will have been worth the trouble. I really enjoy walking outside, and that simple pleasure is denied ...
... be completely
relaxed and the breath on a cycle of the same amount of time inhaling and
exhaling with no pauses. Yoga is the
preparation for Pranayama- breathing techniques to further connect to the
breath (and rid the mind of thoughts) which leads up to the ultimate –
meditation. My meditation practice has deepened that much more from all the new
information I have received here at the course.
It’s so easy to walk through life experiencing ...