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... walking about exploring city streets in the heat in the evening we went to a yoga class for beginners. The class was held on a roof top with a view of the Ganges river and the Himalayas so an amazing view! The yoga teacher had been training in north India for four years and just completed his masters degree so really knew what he was doing (unlike the meditation mentalist we met the day before). There was an interesting ...
... vibrating at a scary rate and his feet just tapping away in perfect harmony with the music. This guy was like mediation god. I admired his ability to become the shake but I couldn't help but find the whole thing hilarious. When we hit the dancing part I was well over the shaking and being able to move rather than vibrate felt amazing. I was waving my arms all over the show, twisting and turning, stamping my feet, it really was great. But, that's just dancing isn't it? ...
... to stay in the pre-snake pose and say ‘Still think it’s just sitting down?’. Were both so rubbish the teacher and the whole room giggle at us but it’s all in good fun. Apparently just dragging your tits along the mat isn’t a sufficient snake pose. After a very healthy breakfast we decide to head to the Beatles Ashram. The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram is now abandoned and a 2k walk from Lakshman Jhula. George visited first and then the ...
... and then I asked for a bin to put it in, she said don't you want to keep it! Errr no, not after it has been manhandled and I've poked the cotton wool bit out of the applicator bit!
Finally get to Delhi (it was nice flying over India in the daytime - as we were below cloud cover - so you could see the slums in Mumbai (Not that, that was nice!) and you could see how far the river Ganges went all through India - and then ...
... the wedding will happen and start this crazy Disneyland main-street parade of lights thing that goes the distance from where they start until they get to the Bride's location. The parade includes the groom (sometimes on a horse*** sometimes on some lite-up cart pulled by a horse sometimes on a crazy lite-up magical golf cart). In front of the groom is a music cart that blares ...
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