ITC Maratha, Mumbai
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... have visited on a holiday so this is an opportunity not to be wasted. Bearing that in mind I am giving Martin copious quantities of honey and lemon and he seems to be much better today. He is not however feeling well enough to attend the days 'geek' talk as it has become known in our cabin. There is a geologist on the ship who is giving lectures about volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis, but ...
... shaped yoni, is the union of opposites, male and female. Split open the lingam, and you find the five-headed Shiva, the symbol of unity. There you have it, the essential teaching of Hinduism.
The group is now scattering, most to homes in the U.S., Marie, Michael, Larry
and I to Varanasi. I have shared only a small part of what we have seen, done, and learned. If you want the full story, travel with Martin and Carol Noval, ...
... weather so I did not find it uncomfortable. After about 10 minutes the car arrived. We loaded our bags into the back and climbed in. That Air Conditioning in the car hit me straight away and whilst it was nice I would have preferred to have not had it.
We were soon driving in the Indian traffic. I have traveled in Chinese traffic before and this traffic seemed not unlike the Chinese traffic. It may be a ...
... hours we traveled over 8,000 miles, arriving in Mumbai at a little after 9 p.m. on Friday night, local time. The original plan was that my friend, Girish, was going to meet me at the Mumbai International Airport and that we would drive together to Pune, where his parents and brother live. Pune is approximately 100 miles from Mumbai at a slightly higher elevation. Friday morning before my departure, I received an email from Girish informing me of ...
... t seem to enjoy human interaction that much! My room is very basic, and I have a little bucket and jug with which to bathe - but it's room nonetheless! Had a little nap and an explore - it took me more than ten mins to cross the main road for fear of being run over! I eventually found a local who I followed as he expertly weaved in and out of the traffic. Rickshaw rides were the hairiest and on numerous occasions I felt certain that I was going ...