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... Desirous cabbage salad in the gardens which is so good to sit enjoy the flavors Dinner is a tomato soup ...and no nothing like a trashy can of Heinz Tom soup ...yummy fresh organic tomatoes and zucchini and a few other mystery veggies ... Oh and I've also noticed this morning that I'm the oldest yogi in the class ...at least by ten years sshhhiitt I must be getting old ....Anyway feelin pretty damn good !! Tonight we are spoilt with a visiting dance company doing a performance ...
... vegetarian platter which I practice Indian style eating just using hands. So in India people use their hands, no cutlery, you use your right hand for eating and your left hand for picking up your drink and anything else, naturally you wash your hands every time first and after of course.... Actually, before food it's the asana class, asana meaning pose of posture so it's a 2 hour session of practicing the asanas of this type of yoga, which is called Sivananda, a ...
... of Fausto Giaccone, a famous Italian photographer who was invited to Goa for a photo exhibition and has profited then to travel with his wife and two daughters through India . The evening has been enjoyable and also the conversation centered on the world of photography on which my daughter is interested too, as she is preparing to attend a school dedicated to this matter in Potsdam, Berlin where she has been ...
... name. The moment we drove into Alleppey we were surrounded by canals going all through the little town. On our first day we ventured out for breakfast along the beach. On the advice (and helpful call for a rickshaw) from the owner of the cafe we went to a beach 16kms away called 'Secret Beach'. The almost deserted beach was beautiful, Palm trees lined miles and miles of soft golden sand. Arriving in the hottest part of the day, we sat under a palm tree reading and napping. ...
... the opening of a new old folks home. So Tim, I, Father Mathew, Jomon (the almost priest) and one of the nuns got in to the church's car and off we went. What was forgotten to be mentioned was that this old folks home was a 4 hour drive away and that Indian priests drive like they have nine lives, so this sure became an interesting ride:) We got there safe and sound, so someone up there must have been on our side. Or it could have had to do with the singing prayers that ...