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... woman in a bright red sari who was very curious about me and did her best to communicate through smiles and broken Hindenglish and the broken translation of others and my guidebook’s little dictionary. Most of the time I looked out the window seeing the sprawling ‘suburbia’ if one can call it that of Delhi that seemed to go on and on. Maybe this was because we were on the train line and many resources come through here so what seemed like slums ...
... was really busy. Worse than Bangaluru. I had prayed for a good driver.At times I feel a bit nervous thinking about getting into a taxi, to an unknown destination, with some strange man. So, I pray. Don't give it any energy. Trust in God. It always works. He was a sweet man and good driver. Good thing cause the highway to Rishikesh was the worst and busiest I have ever been on…by far! Bad combo. Taxi’s. Rickshaws. Transport trucks. Ox carts. Pony carts. ...
... 8217;s walk home with their shopped goods balanced atop their heads. The street-sides are rich with open-wok food stalls displaying sizeable aluminum pots steaming with spicy bean "Dal" that even the best US Indian restaurants can learn from. Stalls selling Marigolds and small brass bowls for religious offering glisten and glow in the sun.
I would like to stay in this lovely city longer but I am committed to extend my retreat by a couple of weeks in ...
... and to not let it rule me. I can also tolerate and accept that that particular moment has its limitations, and importantly should not be compared to other memories or my emotions, and circumstances.
After talking with one interesting and compassionate man about the following three words, we came up with these definitions.
-Patience: Allowing oneself a moment to fully focus on a particular task. For example; reading, writing, ...
... the statue of Gandhi, leading his people into democracy. It's been a cheap day, befitting someone who no longer has an income, 27rps for a thali at the station and 200rps for the room at the Yatri Sarai.
I had spent over two months working as a volunteer computer teacher in Dharamsala, working with Tibetan refugees. I was also there last year teaching and I had only one Indian student, unbelievably it was the great ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking