Hotel Green View
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Nice simple rooms, with enough comodities like hot water, a cupboard, un little table and nice staff.
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... for her and her situation and I hope that her sister and brother are able to return home safely and easefully to be with her soon. She is strong and she definitely needs a break from being in charge and a full time mom. We will stay connected through Ma Ganga and I look forward to my return.
Then Ratna Devi motivated us and organized an outing to go to Chandi and Mansa Devi temples that afternoon. Well we waiting a little too long to go, but eventually ...
... me to see the inside of an Indian’s home. When I do finally get to visit his home, I’ll take some pictures of it and post them on my blog.
The rest of the time I spent with Dr. Singhal was spent getting to know about his life. He (38 years old and I just found out that when he went to Dehradun a few days ago to see a movie with his wife, it was his birthday) lives in a big, 150-year old house above his shop with his wife (age ...
... look like they are in some kind of trance.
i decide to join with the clapping because i dont know the song , the atmosphere is really nice here.
than the priest is saying something. and you have the change to light a package , a offer. it is a cup with flowers , food and a candle. but the wind is heavy so i have some problems with lighting it. but one of the priest is helping all the losers who can not light it.
finally it is burning so ...
Low season also means I was the only student in my yoga course this month, and had all five teachers to myself. I would be lying if I said I was not a little bit intimidated at the beginning of the first week. Though by the end of the week I was comfortable and knew this was an extremely fortunate opportunity that I was lucky to be taking advantage of.
Yoga was challenging, my left hip would wake me up at night during ...
... stops, and took a bit longer as it took another longer way. Luckily it was filled with really nice Nepali people. One guy, called Bed (his catchprase was "My name is Bed, and I like to sleep in it as well", I wonder if that's working with the ladies) even bought me my lunch. Not that it was expensive, but gestures like this really show the friendliness and hospitality of the Nepali people.
After spending almost month in Nepal, I'm still confused when someone ...