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Jenesa and I have said our goodbyes to our family and friends. Waiting at the Victoria airport to fly to Seattle, then Dubai for a 14 hour flight. Then on to Bangalure. This morning's practice was magical with our friends attending class and there to send us off with such love and support. Twenty four hours later we have arrived safe and sound. Our …
... began with my profession, which turns out is exactly as the chart says. No retirement in the picture for me as I must continue and devote myself to the spiritual practice of yoga and share my knowledge and do good for people. Sorry Laird. A few minor health concerns to watch for, going a little deaf and something with my eyes. Mostly a continuation of what is already happening at my tender age. Must eat carrots every day for my eyesight. Will do - my favorite veg! Will live to ...
... wrong hotel but the name
was very similar so a genuine mistake. We said we would pay and get a
cab because when I google maps it, it was a 45min drive, not a normal
tuk tuk journey. The tuk tuk guy was enthusiastic to take us and for
a good price so off we went with dad and kirsty in the back with the
bags and me perched on the edge of the driver seat in the front. It
was cramped and the drivers elbow kept brushing on my boob, to ...
... After finally reaching the top, we waded through the hoards of visitors to the temple, which we had to enter barefoot. We thankfully all agreed we should take a rickshaw back down the hill.
We proceeded to visit the city’s most iconic attraction, the Mysore Palace. Being students, we were able to pay the native Indian price for admission (₹40 compared to ₹200 ...
... hadn’t managed to see a tiger in the wild, seeing both a normal and white tiger in captivity was probably the next best thing, but who knows maybe we’ll get lucky in Calcutta. The only slight blip in the zoo visit was getting caught in the rain, given it is still the tail end of monsoon season here, we’ve been really lucky in dodging the rain up to now, but got absolutely drenched, which annoyingly was after we’d ...