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... freezing as it is glacier water. The current is also surprisingly strong so you must hold on to ropes for safety! Then we went to yoga & learned some new difficult positions! We then went for dinner at the Little Buddah Cafe with a group of friends, many of which are doing their yoga teacher training course - a common activity in ...
... of India that has surprised me the most
is that there are really not many international tourists, and therefore, we
attract a great deal of attention at times, particularly the ladies in our
entourage whom have fair skin and blonde hair. In big crowds, such as the one
in Haridwar, we were constantly asked to take pictures with random families. We
always refused, however, since accepting to take these pictures often leads to
the inevitable hassling about ...
... as I yelled my prayer in my mind! Hari Om!! I walked proudly off the still warm sand beach dotted with rocks and saw the full moon rising above the trees. Immediately afterwards I smiled at a couple babas drawing am Om in the sand and noted the beautiful full moon. They smiled back and said, oh yes and it’s a good time to do spiritual practice. I smiled again and said its always a good time to do spiritual practice. They both laughed and agreed ...
... Instead, I now had to shift into high gear. First step: tell the airline staff that I had to get to the front of the security line if I was to have any hope of catching my flight. This they were able to help me do. But even then, I still had to RUN through the airport as fast as I could – all the way wondering if my bag was going to be able to make the transfer as well.
By the time I got to the check-in counter a half a mile away, they had ...
... our way to the marble steps on the riverbank, mentioned earlier. By this time it was 530 and people started to join us, as several young boys in golden hued draped like outfits began to set up instruments and other items under the protective cover. A few minutes later, four of them turned into 40 and the music began. Songs and chants about various Hindu gods were sung and played on great drums. The small crowd clapped and swayed along to the beat. As we neared 7pm the ...
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