The Golden Palms Hotel & Spa, Sylverton
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... other atm card expired, working in an Indian clothing shop a few days with free endless amounts of chai, the best juices, dorsa, samosa and ginger tea ever! I met people in cafés, on the street in shops and well anywhere from all over the world. The best part were the kids at Ganga Valley. Everyday I would surround my day with what I could do with those kids! They taught me Hindu, I brought them treats, ...
... had our lunch at chaar dukan and came back to the Hotel. Ladies, as usual went for shopping and I relaxed with the kids on TV. We planned to go to Gun Hill point by Rope Way in the evening.
Here comes, what dreaded us the most. Crowd. I wondered, where are they coming from and where are they accommodated. They were in plenty and we waited in the queue to use the rope way for 90 minutes. We reached the Gun Hill point through ...
... for quite some time. Probably lifetimes. So I let my spirit guide me and here I am. I wanted to study yoga. My energy is not strong enough presently. So I am accepting what is. Whew. Big one. And...it's okay.
I got up at 6:30 am this morning, got myself together and headed down to the Ganga. I sat at the side of the river doing my mantra's and morning prayers. Sat in comtemplation and gave thanks. I am grateful I am here. I dont' have the answer why, but God knows. And I trust that.
... railway station, and business was in full swing. As the only whitie far and wide, I stood out like the proverbial sore thumb.
The highlight of the day was a boy scout moment that I had: I was trying to cross the very busy main street of the town when I noticed a little old lady stranded in the middle of the road. She must have been over 80 years old, and she couldn’t have been more than 5 feet tall. Anyway, I could see that she was not going ...
... to try to teach the simple masses about these issues. It’s a good start.
Meanwhile I am still trying to figure out what a society expects will happen when it produces only sons and kills off daughters. You don’t need to be a genius to see that that has to lead to problems. The burdensome daughter of today is the wife of somebody else’s precious son in the future. Related to this, in all the hotels that I’ve ever stayed in in India, ...