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... times I have had totally to myself since coming here.
I felt my awareness move softly in and out, in the yellow flowers against the blue sky, and then in the green of trees and then just sitting, empty.
I felt without problems. Like there was no reference for the things that trouble me.
When Sophi and Noah returned they were full of stories about Ranjit's dog, Ginger, and his house and the shops near his house, and ...
... trampoline with the children I was thinking a lot about Fiona. There is a beautiful yoga and meditation space she would love.
At dinner time, we were literally the one three people in the dining hall. It was an intimate evening. After supper we got into our matching PJs, read The Wishing Chair and went to bed.
Friday morning at 7am myself and 15 other brothers and sisters met at the Sitapaila Cong to board a van headed to Palung as part of a special campaign to invite the people there to the meeting on Saturday. The road going there was very narrow with many sharp turns which caused quite a few to get carsick. The mountain views along the way were so beautiful! Along the way we would slow down and pass magazines to people ...
... we passed by Rajveer monastery and had a quick visit where there are four female nuns and one monk. We continued on the Dhara where we had lunch. Basically the guide and porter made lunch using a local family's kitchen and by kitchen I mean wooden stove. After lunch it was about a two hour trek to Surkey, our intended rest stop for the night. When we got there, there was only one room in ...
... assessment. I didn't even think to check Nepal until we arrived. As it turns out, it rates a 4 on their travel risk profile (1 being Switzerland and 5 being Afghanistan), the same as Ukraine, Egypt, and Iran. Caroline and I were both shocked, but it was too late to turn back.
The small rural town of Dhulikhel was even poorer and rougher than Kathmandu, but when we finally arrived at the Dwarika Resort, it was like entering a gated oasis. Built on 24 ...