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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 ...
... The next rapid was much bigger. Holy ****. My heart was racing. And I was still laughing. I just wanted more. In between rapids we silently floated along. The mountains surrounding us. Birds singing. Wind whistling. Along the shore we watched baby monkeys playing in the sand. Jumping off rocks. Rolling in the sand. Wrestling. Leaping into the water. Just like little children. What a joy to see.
Th next rapid approached,"captain" Raj, yelled in a loud voice. “PADDLE ...
... 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 ...
... so fast here in India) and she had this saying which is so right!
"There are so much madness and chaos in India - there must be a god, as somehow everything just turns out alright! "
There was also something I read on the plane as I was flying here. People come to experience spirituality in India - and if they can mediate and find peace in this madness - you can find peace anywhere! You can take the peace with ...
... everything to stay balanced, and I’m not feeling balanced at all. I broke down and cried. Left philosophy class. I had been friendly with about 3 girls and all three of them came to check on me after class. Was really sweet. Turns out, they were also feeling the way I was. So, we decided we’d go to a café and get a (forbidden) omelet. Eggs are illegal in Rishikesh, but there are a couple places that sell them. After ...
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- Room service
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