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... br> The instructor said that you can read the ocean like a book once you understand it - and I think that's true. It was very impressive, very knowledgable, and very comforting.
Things/Vocabulary I learned about the Ocean
I suppose this little section is more for me to look back on in the future, but please feel free to read it and learn a little about the ocean
- Beach break - a sandy cove where waves are ...
... things arent turning into my midnight snack! So this has turned out to be a pretty long update.... I best get some sleep as it's always a good idea to get started early before it gets too scorchio... Again, I'm not sure how good my web connection will be, so i will try to be in touch, and will send another update (and hopefully some leopard pics) soon. Bye for now xx PS, extra info about my hosts and the camp are found here: http://draco-india.com/karadi_malai_cam ...
... br> A$1 = 3 Malaysian ringgit
US$1 = R3.32
R1 = 33.5 Australian cents
In spite of being the LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal), the processing is efficient and we are out with our bags and the ringgits we brought with us to find the Skybus, having priced taxis at R103. Buy tickets that take us to Sentral Station (which is somewhere between 40 and 70kms away) for R10 each and walk a long way in the sun to the bus ...
... foreigners – in exchange for the provision of a useless “service”.
This reminds me of a video about India's economy that I saw on Bloomberg a few days before this trip. This video talked about foreign retailers wanting to come to India to modernize the country's food distribution system. As things are done now, from the farm to the supermarket, food passes through the hands of a half a dozen middlemen, all of whom take ...
... and the program is really well-structured and well-rounded. I've learned a lot in such a short period of time. I love how the program is not super asana-focused. We take as much time studying philosophy and meditation as we do asana. KYM takes a very practical and therapeutic approach to yoga. Whereas a lot of yoga classes in the US are focused on attaining poses and getting a workout, our program stresses the functions and therapeutic effects of asana, pranayama ...