Hotel Sun ' n ' Star
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... shopping and stopped for tea at a fantastic restaurant called Kalsang Friends Corner. It was absolutely packed so we got sat on a table with a nice indian lass called Deepali and chatted for a while, turns out her husband is a massive LOTR geek too so we tried to convince her to come visit NZ! By this time we were knackered and after todays walk we were a bit sore so opted to take a lovely bicycle rickshaw back along Mall road before making our way back up for an early ...
... its joy.
There was a temple and a yagna-shala on the banks of the lake. As some of us started proceeding towards it, the sadhu said go from your left if you want to do pradakshina(Circumambulation). The path was rocky and he even suggested to remove shoes if you want to do the karma of pradakshina to perfection. Some of us removed the shoes and started walking, with the lake on the right side. In Pradakshina, the deity is always ...
... also be two separate photos of the same dollar. How will I know, right?) - or the equivalent in your currency, and I’ll mention your name in my blog.
And while we’re on the subject of emails, I got one of the kindest emails I’ve ever gotten from anyone - from my dear friend Pennsylvania Paul – in which he gives the reasons why he thinks I would be a good teacher. Herewith is an excerpt from his very nice email, paraphrased:
... home state of Louisiana, we had similar signs – forbidding blacks from doing certain things, like running for president. Ah, the good old days . . . Ha.
Mussoorie, Saturday, 06 April, 2013
All week this week, there have been announcements on TV about the upcoming “Teacher’s Achievement Awards” show. Being a teacher myself now, I was thinking how great it was that India holds teachers in such high regard that they ...
... can remember our father looking like at some point in our lives. I passed that age some years ago. But today, when I looked at myself in the mirror, I actually notice a resemblance to my GRANDFATHER! And now that I think about it, I am probably the age now that my grandfather was when I first became aware of him. Geez, I’m getting old!
Also on my list was getting a haircut. As always, before I left Bangkok for this trip, I had gotten a haircut. But it ...