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... Today has been a nice balance between practice, meditation, reading and spending time socializing. Ended the day with a trip to Candoline for a long walk on the beach, some interesting discussion with my neighbour Mark and a nice meal. Home by nine and sitting outside finishing my blog. It is Friday night here and the restaurants are busy and the roads are filled with tuk tuks, motor bikes and cars. We took a tuk tuk black as it is nice to ride in the open air. ...
... the Indian Highway Code. There are actually only two: a. might is right. and b. you are only responsible for what is in front of you. That means merging unexpectedly at any given time is ok and it is in the guy from behind's best interests to try and dodge you. Really. No, really. 5. Cracked the fabled Indian honking code: one short beep is for "I'm passing you". Two short ones are for: "Ok!" and a long one for "Don't!" Curiously, one short honk ...
... our teachers are very progressive in their approach. 8) Curry is everywhere, but in more touristy places you can get all the luxuries of home: coffee, toast, pasta and even pizza (it may still have curry on it though... tough to say). However, if you love peanut butter... bring it with you. They just don't eat it or sell it here! 9) Watching the sun rise or set is a big deal out here, so if you aren't a morning person, make sure you head to the West side, where ...
... it is very beautiful. We haven't really done much but a bit as I like to call it baking and lots of dips.We have also hired a double kayak which was fun although we weren't too good at synchronized paddling and also hired bikes, thats bicycles as we both are not brave enough for the real bikes and we have seen quite a few injuries from them already.
The 1st place we stayed was a bit of a strange set up and not really what we were looking for so ...
... of basalt, as it is believed, but of grey black talc chlorite schist soap stone. This makes the intricate handwork adorning the walls of the temple still seem fresh, as it is weather ...