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... should not get a wrong habit. Tomorrow even when it does not need it, it will ask for a Pillow!”. On further persuasion, he rested on it for a short while. But from the next day onwards, he stopped taking the support of the wall against which the pillow was propped up.
Another instance is when on a bitterly cold day, people were sitting around a fire for warmth and asked Tapovanji Maharaj to join them. But he did not go near it as he ...
... to go just as the sun is going down. We head back along the path and head to the cable car. With a minicarnival and family atmosphere Gun Hill is one of the weirdest things I have even witnessed; Children’s roller coasters pushed along by slightly older children who run them, pellet guns to shoot targets and full water balloons also run by children, men with magic stalls pulling flowers from their pockets and selling Harry Potter kits, armys of local yobs taking ...
... Went for a trek which was beautiful though we walked for 30km in 1 day as when we got to the top of the mountain the accomodation was 3000rps which is 3 days budget for us so we walked 8km back down the hill to stay in cheaper accomodation. We were absolutely shattered. Stayed in a nice lodge who lit a bonfire for us in the eve and brought tea to our room in the morning. Left jageshwar and had our longest travel day yet to rishikesh, lots of time in ...
... of potato chips and folded it neatly. I thought, great, she’s going to tuck it away into her book and then throw it away when she gets home. What a sucker I was for thinking that. As soon as she folded it up, she threw it out the window. At least she’s a neat litterer. I guess that’s the most one can hope for in India.
When I arrived back to Mussoorie, I was very pleased to be able to tell the touts waiting for the bus that I ...
... 21 March, 2013
Although I thought I had settled on a hotel to move into today, I found yet another, better one on my walk around town yesterday evening. The hotel is very centrally located, has big picture windows with a nice view of a valley, AND it’s dirt cheap – at only 500 rupees a night – or just under ten bucks. That’s less than a third the price of the place I’ve been staying, and closer to the price I expect to pay ...