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... Fire (Grade-3), Roller Coaster (Grade-4) and Golf Course (Grade-4). Grade 4 rapids are undertaken depending upon the expertise of the rafter and the decision of the river guide. There are other rapids as well with as exotic names
as above - Wall, Daniel's Dip, Double Trouble, T-Off, Club House, Black
Let me appreciate Mr Teku, Mr Prabhu for they best attention, patience and ability to make our first ...
... fashion as in Varanasi. While I was having a mango lassi at the hotel restaurant, I opened the door for the priest, and he asked me to join them. It was strange. The priest, his accomplices, Ms. Minashi and the entire wait-staff all stood around me, chanting and singing in unison. The priest handed me some sort of mega-menorah, alit with enough tiny flames to give Liberace candelabra envy, and motioned for me to start moving it in clockwise circles. I ...
... us, but really, it's impossible to describe to anyone not staring into its Escher-inspired face. There are strange acronyms thrown around with abandon - sleeper, 2AC, 3AC, 2nd sitting (I'm still not sure what that is) and 1st class. There are quotas - general, taktal, tourist, women, disabled. There are hundreds of trains constantly crisscrossing the country, and yet, it is impossible to get tickets. There are waitlists, but only by luck did we get moved ...
... of Indian guys standing around on the platform what was going on and apparently Mr Tubby wanted to make a formal complaint about the a/c having broken down in our carriage (I did think that it had got warmer) and the railway officials had some issue with this. This then delayed the train's departure from the station which may explain why other people got irate as well. But talk about making a mountain out of a molehill! In any case, we were re-assigned seats in ...
Upon settling into my spartan quarters for the next month, I happily observe a family of black faced monkeys playing happily in the trees and lawn outside my room, and little chipmunks zipping happily around the shrubs.
They are easing us into life at the ashram. As well as a whole lot in between, the day starts at 5am with 1hrs silent meditation ...
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