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... on a clear day like it was that day.
Amit's wife Shuchita fed us until we were ready to pop. There was all sorts of lovely tasty Indian sweets and snacks which looked wonderful but after such a great lunch we were just too full to appreciate.
Then they had another surprise for Bryan, They had compiled a wonderful commemorative booklet of his visit and had it very professionally printed and bound which they presented to him. It was a ...
... she's buying food. “I don't want any ******* sambar!” “This is our stop!” ****.
Trying to stand up and the bus is like a fairground shaking shack, like the one at the end of Grease, only proper dangerous. I was so incredibly angry at all those poor people who were trying to sleep until they go to Delhi. I was dragging my bag out from underneath someone’s bed and shouting at the guy who was shouting at me when it dawned on me that I had ...
... Indian lunch we visit the Punjab University complex and its Modern Art Museum – designed by a cousin of Le Corbusier - that is specially opened for us. We talk a while with two male students of around 30, who are on the way to an exam for entering the Indian Administrative Service (IAS). The elite cadre, top bureaucrats who govern the whole of India hopping from place to place, usually in three year periods. There are some 8,000 to 9,000 students here, six out ...
... approached by an old friendly man named Narinder Singh, give him a chance, he’s quite the guy!
We headed out on the bus to Manali, getting nearer and nearer to Ladakh, our main destination in the Northwest – looking forward to beautiful mountains and cool temperatures.
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(thanks Emily for her amazing photos)
... They inspired me and showed the different approach to a problem. Thank you Frien...ds! And then I was meditating, reading the book 'Beliefs' & talking to Allan. I really understood that honesty is not everyone's high value, as Allan pointed. Beliefs are here to protect us, but the one I had was too intense and unhealthy. But then while he was saying something and he said 'reduce'...and that was the key I was looking for. Split second and the shift ...