The Golden Palms Hotel & Spa, Sylverton
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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 ...
... started out fairly leisurely with the instructor opting to splash us all so we were soaked before we came across some good rapids. On another straight patch we were allowed to jump out the boat and swim for a bit. We came across some more rapids and we were told to jump in if we liked and just make sure we held on. It was crazy, being dragged by one arm holding a rope through pretty big rapids whilst trying not to swallow any water. On the straight again as soon as we ...
... he would make jokes. For example, one fellow came in asking to buy condoms, and Dr. Singhal’s assistant handed him some. The customer then asked, “Do you have any flavored ones?” After the customer left, Dr. Singhal said to me, “What is he going to do with them? Eat them?” Ha. (Okay, perhaps you had to be there.)
I also joke with Dr. Singhal that whenever I’m in his shop, I attract customers – and as such ...
... 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 ...
... watchful eye of resident monkeys. As Ashym and I talked about our families, religion, and our countries, the skies turned from billowy white, fluffy clouds to dark and stormy skies. The temperature dropped a good 20 degrees and it reminded me of exactly what happens in Phoenix during monsoon season. Within minutes the skies opened up and a downpour drenched us to the bone. People ran and scrambled for cover, for us it was too late. We dropped off our shoes at the storage facility ...