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... d think he'd try and be a bit more subtle about it ay.
Right, this concludes the round up so far. I'm not dead, I still have a working sphincter muscle, I've got a train booked to Agra so I can go and gawp at the Taj Mahal because it's probably law to do that if you set foot in India or some **** and life, in general, is pretty ******* good.
Hello All! Wanted to give you a quick shoutout before I begin my 3 month meditation course tucked away in the foothills of the Himalayas. I will have access to email but limited to 30 minutes a day so wanted to take advantage of the time I have now to say a proper "hello". So far the trip has been great! I've already seen so much of what India can offer. The best way to describe this place is "Beauty found in Choas". The moment you leave the airport you ...
... a few giant lines (well jostling crowds vaguely resembling a line) of hundreds of people and a few short lines. The signs in front of the glass-partitioned counters were not in English so we had to use the tried and true method of asking people until we found someone who spoke enough broken English to point us in the right direction. Praying that the refund line was one of the short ones, we unsuccessfully asked around until we looked helpless ...
Returning to Hotel Diamond in Jammu we were both on edge as to whether all our kit would still be present and correct, our apprehension was completely unfounded and the owner seemed pleased to see us and return bikes and bags as we had left them. Since we left our helmets in a taxi 10 days ago I have been keeping a beady eye out for potential replacements and had all but given up on finding cycle helmets (Indians are not so hot on cycle safety kit) so it was some ...
... body, doing what they can with what they've got. Not to mention the vibrations of all those people chanting in a marble room-powerful!
Want to hear the craziest part of the day? Well, backing this story up a bit to last August: I was leading some APU Freshman back to Whittier after sea kayaking in Prince William Sound. The winds picked up, so we got off the water and waited for things to calm down. In our hour or so on the ...