The Golden Palms Hotel & Spa, Sylverton
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... s ok, sometimes this happens when you’re with powerful people. Woah, that was not what I wanted to hear. I felt angry at her and at myself for not creating a stronger boundary or even just walking away.
I thought that I could close up these feelings but it took me a while and some processing to realize that I don’t deserve to be treated this way like a small child and that I would have wanted to simple say to her, "I’m not interested ...
... ones. I know that would not be possible in the US – or a lot of other countries – to give preferences to someone according to their gender. I wonder what prompted the Indian government to institute such a policy. Perhaps it is to help women catch up with men in terms of education. Given the rough time that most Indian women seem to have, it’s difficult for me to object to this policy – even if it is discriminatory.
When I ...
... Our lunch was in an old hotel also from the late 1800's with a great up stairs restaurant looking out over the town and way over to buggery towards the flat country. The mist rolled in and spoiled the view after awhile. We all walked back to the motel via different ways exploring different sections of the town this has got be one of the best places we've been to, I think and I certainly would like to stay awhile longer, but that ...
... is next to impossible: Indian hair is more similar to Westerner’s hair than Thai hair is. Thai barbers are used to cutting thick, straight hair, which is not the kind of hair that I have. So invariably, they mess my hair up when they try to cut it. And usually, they blame me – or rather, my hair – for the bad haircuts. I was starting to think it was my fault – until this good haircut that I had here yesterday. Now I know that it ...
... Then today in Mussoorie, I was at the Tourist Information Office requesting a local map, and the guy working there also commented on how nice my hat was. (Come to think of it, when I was in Chiang Mai at the end of 2011 escaping the Great Flood, an American tourist also complimented me on my hat, mentioning how well it suited me.) So I think we can agree that it is one heck of a cool hat.
Now some comments about contemporary life in India: It seems like ...