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... happy about myself. I finally found the answer that I was looking for. In particular I thought about the emotional baggage I am carrying around about my finished/unfinished love story. If he can't find the time for me, instead of feeling there needs to be any conclusion, I need to treat it like a flower and stop watering it. It will die slowly and gracefully. Instead of a harsh finality, with a definitive end and beginning, I instead have a graceful and ...
... away) as it's one of the four major Buddhist holy sites. Sarnath is where the Buddha came after reaching enlightenment and preached his first sermon. There're old ruins and a temple that marks the spot. Most outward trains are all booked up for days however in indian 'anything is possible' so for double the price (£9 rather than £4.50) an agent gets me a ticket, for the 20 hour journey to the foothills of the ...
... our rickshaw driver took us down to the bank of the Ganges and said, well this is Assi Ghat; your guesthouse is somewhere around here. It was quiet and very dark by the water, the only people around were a couple of children who tugged on our clothes asking for money, a few motionless shapes sleeping on the footpath, and invisible men who called out 'madam? Over here madam!' from the shadows. Not comforting. It was the middle of the night and we had absolutely ...
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5 am wake up – it's cold , damp and dark of course, but at least it's pretty clear. Still painful to get up at that time no matter what the reason. For our sunrise boat ride on the Ganges, we are supposed to wait outside the Brown Bread Bakery at 6am for the boatman to pick us up. Literally, as soon as we open our hotel door there is a guy waiting outside on the balcony to offer us a ...
... one point we stopped in a shop and met a Ayuveda student. This is someone who studies oils and their usage for healing and whatnot. He was 23 (like us!) and was in his 10th year of 15 to learn the knowledge of his field. He had us try on twelve billion things (except for black musk because that one is for men. I totally tried it on when he wasn't looking) so now, and for who knows how long, I smell exactly like a hippie. Care: There are elixirs for sleeping, ...