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... this area during that time.
· Once he went to the Himalayas he never came down. Rishikesh was the maximum he came to. He remained in Gangotri & Uttarkashi. Great Punya is required to visit Himalayas and even there to meet Sadhus is only because of the Grace of the Lord.
· Himalayas signify – Spiritual Knowledge, Penance & Austerity, Renunciation, Solitude. Unparalleled beauty & Sanctity. Purpose of being in ...
... She talked until she fell asleep. Made sure I wouldn’t get up in the night and leave her alone. No problem I told her. I wouldn’t. I had a wonderful sleep. The air was cool. The night silent. Only the sound of rushing water. The Ganga.
The next morning I woke up with a little stomach discomfort, one may say. I visiting the toilet too many times. Thank God they were super clean and well maintained. This had to end soon. I had rafting to do. Didn't want my ...
... have a lot to do now that I am no longer alone. When a person is alone, he can postpone doing things – or just sit around all day. But when one is with friends, one has to plan things to do, and this requires getting off of one’s lazy behind. I hadn’t done any writing for my blog for the past four or five days, so I felt the need to catch up before Gregory and I go out for our day’s activities.
Oh, and the other good thing: ...
... we try eating at the restaurant in my hotel, and to my surprise, the meal was both delicious and inexpensive. It’s a bit of a shame that I waited so long to eat there because I’ll be moving to another hotel on Thursday morning.
During dinner we had a very nice conversation about a variety of topics of common interest. Wilfried is really a cool fellow, and I hope to be like him when I reach his age – which is actually coming faster than ...
... this walk. Oh, and eventually the road construction ended and the muddy mess of a road reverted to a normal, flat, paved road.
I parted ways with these gals and went to lunch at a restaurant recommended by one of them. The restaurant was called “The Rice Bowl”, and I believe it has a Thai owner – or at least Thai connections. While I was there, there were some people sitting at the next table speaking Thai. My ears perked up and eventually ...