The Golden Palms Hotel & Spa
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... that I should mention: Some of the pictures which I have posted are not actually mine! Some so far have been from our lovely teacher, Suzie Lavallee,
and a fellow student, Shoichiro “Shawn” Watahiki! From now one, I will try to
credit others, and when I find the time/motivation, I will go back through the
other pictures and credit those, too. Thank you to Suzie and Shawn.
Wow, I think that this might be the longest post
yet! See you guys next ...
... years ago and the place full of friends and relatives of the iconic legends. The energy in the place was remarkable.
Over the next few days I hung out with my new friends. There was Patrick, my pseudo big brother, he was an all inspiring person. He's lived all over the world. He's met some incredible people and from his experiences he spoke words of wisdom with much introspection. We had some great conversations! Then there's Ali, he was Patricks cousin. ...
... it would be practically impossible to make copies of the IDs of every customer who comes in to buy a few pills. That would have a severely negative impact on their business model by greatly reducing the number of customers they could serve.
And while the stated intention of the plan might be noble (keeping track of the use of antibiotics in India), the practical result, and, according the Dr Singhal the real intention of this proposed law is to ...
... business the upper hand in setting the agenda for America, with predictable results. The author also proposed solutions to the problems, but I just don't see any of his proposals being put into effect. There are just too many vested interests benefiting from the polarization of America.
Now I want to talk a little bit about Mussoorie, the town that I’ve been in for the past few weeks. From a brochure that I got from the local tourist ...
... that he sees regularly. Most tourists only eat there once or twice as they don’t stay in Mussoorie for very long, and locals don’t eat out.
The weather was the most gorgeous yet, so after breakfast I took my walk along Camel’s Back Road. On my walk, a young man came running up to me and opened with a “Hi!”, to which I responded in kind. Then he followed with “One photo please?” I don’t know why, but for some ...