Oxwich Bay Hotel
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... and headed to the bus station. I waited 30 mins and the bus didn't show...I felt just as I had in Amsterdam!! Literally. To make matters worse, my phone was dying. After waiting for so long and seeing no sign of a bus, I eventually gave up and decided just to walk home...approximately five kilometers back to my house...ha ha (*nervous laugh*). Just as I started walking, my landlord (who also owns the Crossfit box I had just been at), messaged me and ...
... they often have good reasons for doing so such as supporting monks etc. But she agreed that the Dharma should be accessible for all. Rinpoche loved our gift of Welsh chilli chutney from Parc Slip, especially in its Xmas reindeer gift bag. They wished us Merry Christmas and reminded us to come tomorrow for Christmas get together and Chod practice. After a spicy lunch of Aloo Dum ( potatoes in a gravy), with chapatis. We did Kora around the Stupa, then ...
... it is full of a sense of life, where people have a twinkle in their eye and a purpose to their step, where the preciousness of our existence can be felt, the fragility of our existence can be felt , the pain of our existence can be felt and also a place where we can in freedom and acceptance be who we really are. So I think this is what makes this place ...
... as we all got ready to enter Rinpoche's room one woman rushes to the front and says to Chime( Rinpoche's attendant), I have to go in first I have a big problem.... Chime relied Madam we all have big problems get in the queue!!!! As we each came to Rinpoche he spoke softly and lovingly to each of us. He told Jess and myself to " take care of Gomde( his centre in UK), they need you. ( Whatever that means????)) he then blessed my mala( beads) and touched our heads with the ancient ...
... d get home. Even mcdonalds is different. The mayonnaise is tangy... I'll be glad to stop eating fast food though. It's making me sick. The slang here is hilarious. In Swansea they all say "Hiya" for hello. What's really screwy though is the fact that their equivalent to "how are you" or "what's up/how's it going," is either "you okay?/ you alright?" I've only just learned how to answer this lol. Back home I would say, of course do I not look alright? Like ...