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... in spices . Ah it was so mouth watering, I'm going to try re create this when i get home. Already got loads if recipes I want to try out, but i already know i will never be able u get the authenticity. Our next destination would be back to the Hub - Delhi to head to Agra . By sleep coach! Much Love Han P.S I sat in a hammock for the first time , extremely comfy but extremely difficult to get out of . I'm sure I looked like a baby whale trying to get out of a net ...
My Moment of Silence.
“‘When Someone is seeking’ said Siddhartha, ‘it happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything; unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy ...
... village, and past the end of the road - only headers, their dogs and lots of sheep were around for the rest of our 20-mile hike to basecamp.
As we hiked uphill, the shepherds and ...
... grunted at the appropriate moments. The driver told us that Manali was famous for its hash - something we were already excited about. He then asked Lewis if he smoked, "Sometimes" Lewis smiled, "Welcome to Manali!" the driver smiled producing a tiny lump of hash from his pocket and handing it to Lewis. We ended up spending a night in his over priced guesthouse which despite his promises had no electricity, hot water, or water in general for that ...
... to the fire. Then there is more tea, this time its herbal and really nice! Then a lecture for an hour, about loads of things, meditation, diet, general life in the ashram, actually really interesting.
I was surprised about the way people discuss religion here, most people really renounce any kind of organised religion but I do feel like the Ashram is just replacing one institution with another. And there are idols EVERYWHERE.
We did ...