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... 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 ...
... to ride a bicycle rickshaw from one end of Mussorie’s mall to the other for twenty rupees. Since I was alone before Gregory got here, I didn’t know if that was the price per person or per rickshaw, which I have sometimes seen carrying multiple passengers at a time. After Gregory got here I found out that they in fact (try to) charge by the person, and they prefer to take 2 people at a time for 40 rupees rather than just one for twenty. But ...
... hours. The other books that I’ve completed so far on this trip include: “The Next 100 Years”, one guy’s prediction about what will happen in the world over that time period. Among other things, he thinks that Poland, Turkey and Japan will emerge as world powers but that the US will remain top dog.; “Indian Takeaway”, a book that I have already mentioned; and “The Power of Small – Why Little Things Make a ...
... it will prevent me from sleeping tonight. So I went on a walk / shopping trip to stock up on food that I hope to be able to eat again after my stomach heals.
This morning it rained, for the first time in over a week – and that really made a mess of the road, which, as I’ve mentioned, has been dug up (just in time for the tourist season) to lay sewage pipes. That being said, for most of the time that I’ve been here, the weather (if not ...
... pose, but rather using the breath as a guide to let
gravity do the work and allow your body to glide into the pose. There is more
to be gained from holding a pose completely still for longer than trying to
force the body to a place it’s not ready for and constantly moving. Through concentrating on breath and what the
body is saying the mind no longer has control and the background noise of inner
thought fades away.
At the end of a yoga session the ...