Hotel Padmini Nivas
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... So we therefore had to adjust our
project in order to account for this minor complication.
After our morning plot fiasco, we had a couple lectures in the morning. One was on
forest biodiversity throughout India, and the other was given by the primary
field veterinarian in India, Dr. Parag ****m. This man’s crazy awesome job has
him travelling all over the country in order to subdue various fauna, including
large mammals like ...
... was planned and took care of all aspects of the camp meticulously.
Wandering in the Himalayas was given to everyone as a prasad pustika for the camp. Its a beautiful book to read and know about Himalayas, Renunciation, nature, love of God etc.
After briefing everyone about the next day's programme to visit Gangotri and Gomukh we had early dinner and wound up for the day to ensure packing is done and we have enough rest before we proceed next day early morning. ...
... while they shared with me stories of their trip around India. They are the second people to recommend Darjeeling to me, so I think I should give it a visit someday. They are staying at the nearby Prince Hotel, which I visited last year when I met that older German guy who was staying there. Since we are in the same neighborhood, and since they will be staying in Mussoorie for four or five days, I expect that I’ll run into them again. Tom is ...
... s change places. I don’t want to sit by the farang.” Whoa! I found her comment shockingly insulting, so I said to her (in Thai), “Why don’t you want to sit next to me? Are you afraid of farangs?” Trying to recover from her insulting statement, she came up with the excuse that “Uh – what I meant was that I wanted to sit by the window.” Ha. Nice try, but there are more polite ways to say that you want to sit by ...
... Maybe someday? In the meantime meditation is an amazing way to achieve greater clarity of self, the situation of the present moment and life as a whole.
The day began at Phool Chatti with 6:00 a.m. meditation, followed by neti-pot cleansing and pranayama breathing practices to insure all of the water was out of the nose and to prepare our bodies for the asana, or the exercise part of yoga. Cleanliness is of vital importance in yogic ...