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... on the way to the centre of town. After being followed 3 times and having to get the police to stop one guy when he started trying to drag me down an alley to his guesthouse I arrived at my place, 3 hours after getting off the train! This palce is scam central, and I really wonder how often this hard sell approach actually works. Varinasi is crazy, and as I'd been informed previously it's almost impossible to describe. It's like concentrated India, more hustle and bustle, scams, ...
... enough to fit and find relevancy here and I look forward to how it may change as I result and how I can offering a supportive space for those who choose to join in.
May 17th A Day of Co-Creating, This is What I’m Doing
After morning aarti and a dip in the Ganga, there was a call form the garden. Raj Kumar (another young man who helps out) found a young boa constrictor under a yoga mat on the wood pile. What a beautiful ...
... due to their fast, free internet connection. I was able to write a dozen emails and upload pictures to my blog while waiting for my lunch to be served. The free wi-fi there goes a long way to offsetting the excruciatingly slow service.
After lunch I spent time searching for something to put the white back into my undershirts. I hope it works. In the process, I also found the best supermarket in town. I don’t think it’s an accident that it ...
... and the air very clear and great visibility, although cold at night. Back in town we had a monkey lunch (they come and sit with you whilst you eat) and went to visit some monkeys with monkey wrenches (mechanics fixing the motorbikes).
... music very mellow and the staff very friendly - perfect.
We set off the next morning for Neer Garth waterfall, approximately a 6km (pretty much uphill!) walk. But the scenery on the way was beautiful as we looked upon the river, beaches and mountains. We had a great aloo parantha at one of the roadside vendors before beginning the ascent, which was made slightly more interesting than anticipated as there were diggers working on the ...