Hotel Drive Inn
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... but have an end. Particular vasanas have a beginning but Vasanas as a concept don’t have beginning. When is the first vasana is a wrong question. OM alone is beginningless and endless. Tapovanji lived established in the timeless.
... incidentally, I think is a good idea – from both sides. The barber gets a lot of business, and no doubt the school gets a quantity discount from the barber.
While in the neighborhood of the shops, I continued my quest to get myself hooked up to the internet. For that, I would need to buy a dongle (known as an “Air Card” in Thailand), and, much more difficultly, get a SIM-card to go with it. A very nice and well-informed phone-shop ...
... don’t even get drunken Guajarati yobs like in Mount Abu. Once again it’s all veg which I don’t mind too much as the veg options on offer are the best we have come across.
First day we arrive pretty early and having strained through numerous bumpy government buses and hell hole service stations we decide to glam it up and get a Taxi from Dehra Dun (**** hole) it’s a couple of hours drive and our driver has a chin strap protector for his ...
... career, and when I told them that I had started out in banking, they really looked down their noses at me. I tried to explain to them that not all bankers are the same, and when I worked for banks in my youth, I was neither destroying the world – nor getting huge bonuses (for destroying the world). I don’t think I managed to convince them that I was not an evil person. The banking background, combined with the flight from Chennai to Dehra Dun ...
... for hours alternately beating the woman and the man and raping the woman. They threw them off the bus naked, and it took hours for them to get help. When the police finally came, the squabbled for a long time over who had jurisdiction over the case. In the end, the woman died – and the country was outraged by the case. There were major protests around the country for weeks, along with the call for stricter punishment of rapists.