Quality Inn Sabari Resorts
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... lifestyle given the formidable tradition of wisdom which India has going back four thousand years, easily predating the great Greek philosophy that underpins our western, so called developed civilisation. Before arriving here I had been able to gain a little knowledge of the original wisdom traditions of India which are encapsulated in the four thousand year old Vedas and which were eventually documented a thousand years later in the great treatises of the Bhagavad Gita ...
... to Kodai, a more laid back town than the others. Again, more great driving roads and views and another spectacular sunrise and sunset combo. This time I had a room perched on the edge of the hill looking right out across the plains below. I could have spent a week just sat outside me room marvelling at the views!
Not much to say here, simply a night stop on the journey that was turning out to be more spectacular the expected.
... in. It was freezing, but we slept until 2pm. Shane had a trapped nerve in his leg from the cramped bus journeys and we vowed never to travel by bus at night again! On our way out for a juice we asked at reception when our room would be ready - they said fifteen minutes. However when we returned an hour later they took us our room which hadn't been cleaned from the last guests and stank of urine! After our room had been cleaned ...
... people grow; peanuts, rice, tobacco, ect. The country
India is about 1,269,219 sq. miles. Theni is 1,115 sq. miles so it's a larger town.
With about 1,034,724 people it’s big. India is great country if you want to
travel and feel happy about your trip, with so many nice people you’ll be
... out through the nose, and the one where you use your thumb and last two fingers to alternately close and breathe through your nostrils. He also gives me some ideas for cooling myself when I am in the oppressive heat: Curl your tongue and breathe in and out of your nose, and place your tongue on the roof of your mouth and breathe in and out of your nose. I will give them a try when the need arises.
After breakfast I head out for ...