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This part of the trip is a little rough as every second night is on a train and every second night is in a new city. This morning we went to visit Chamundi Hill Temple. I expected yet another temple visit – not in a bad or boring way, I like visiting temples; they are so colourful and lively. But this temple visit turned out to be rather more exciting than other ...
Last day of practice until Sunday . Moon day tomorrow to rest and Saturday off as well. Feeling stronger both mentally and physically each day. Takes much focus to do your practice, be considerate of the person right next to you and stay with your breath and gazing point. Deepening into poses that have become easy and working more skillfully at those poses that are challenging. When Saraswathi tells you to take your legs back up into Bakasansa and jump out- you just do ...
And in other news, I got attacked by a beast sent from the very bowels of hell itself! Ok ok, so I wasn't actually attacked, but it ran across the bathroom floor of my hotel room and at first glance I thought it was the world's biggest cockroach which would have been fine, then I realised it was a spider. A huge, **** off great big spider, and it ran behind the bathroom door. ****. No way would I be able to sleep with ...
... Here's Explore's dumb train move for the second half. We leave Mysore to travel to Bangalore by buy to pick up a night train. The train we are picking up leaves from where? Mysore. Nice planning, Explore, yet again.
Took a tuktuk with Mr Sweets, telling him to hang close on entry. Sat with him and Suzy, the best possible arrangement. Had a Kingfisher Premium, a chili chicken masala and white rice. Some quiet snide remarks about group members were ...
... malls or big stores it is still very much a culture of the small shops in the towns we saw.
Did I mention the process of ordering and buying? The carbon paper business is strong in India and orders at places are usually written in triplicate at least. It is a strange juxtaposition of old and new here and jarring at times with all the high tech items yet even newer stores like Coffee A Day don't seem to have the concept of bar code scanning or maybe a one touch button ...