Hotel Sai Palace
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... below is of the main pagoda, a replica of Shwedegon Pagoda in Yangon. Our main meditation hall is to the left. Due to the large number of students and limited number of cells in the pagoda, I was only able to spend one day meditating inside, but it was something that I will treasure for the rest of my life.
The 10 main days of the retreat were very, very intense. Meditation started at 4:30am and ended at 9:30pm every day, with breaks here and ...
... in a riverine gully
The road going back to NH3
There was hardly any traffic going back and we reached home in record time of just over two hours. We had three near ...
... restaurant. Once again, we were the only patrons of a large restaurant with a view of the vineyards. The staff’s service was impeccable to a fault, hovering in wonder at having western guests. Of course we ordered a bottle of Chenin Blanc to accompany our lunch while Erica poked fun of me for ordering an appetizer as an entrée. I was intent on proper tandoori chicken tika and I couldn’t ignore the variant on the menu and my desire for ...
... out of town’ fuel expenses, blah, blah, blah. Rather than argue outside the doors of the resort, we decided to ask the staff what a fair price was. More and more arguing ensued and the staff explained that 600 would be a fair price, yet he wouldn’t take it. John said, "I thought you were a Christian man but you are trying to take advantage of us." And he responded ...
Another epic train journey with a close call on whether we'd even get a ticket and we find ourselvesheading north to Nasik not knowing who has won between India and Pakistan.
Ok.. so that money that we didn't want to spend on going to sri lanka or might spend on getting to the final in Mumbai turned out to be blasted on a 2day luxury stay at the Sula Vineyard, Beyond resort (http://sulawines.com/stay/beyond/ ...
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