The Chancery Pavilion
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at beautiful resorts down the coast line. I got to be barefoot on the beach for the first time in what felt like forever! After a week of beach hopping and gaining another 5 pounds I decided I had enough of India and was ready to move on.
India was by far the toughest country for me to adapt to. So much of it made me uncomfortable, confused, and overwhelmed. Yet, at the same time, I had some of the most amazing experiences of my ...
... in Alleppey. Coir is made from coconut husk that is woven into rope, doormats and even artificial turf. Flew to Bangalore in the afternoon and met Beth as we are staying at her place tonight. Had a nice meal at a local restaurant (green vegetable risotto with crispy Okra) and our first beer for 3 days. Another busy day tomorrow as we are off to ...
... it all runs pretty smooth. Typical for India the many tuk tuks. What I found funny, is that their drivers hold their hand out showing the directions they are going.
When we got off at the hotel, we were first had to let our bags be checked and walk through a security scanner before entering the hotel. A little later we entered our beautiful room – a lot smaller obviously than the suite we had in Dubai, still, very elegant, classy ...
... Spiritual Classes in Pyramid Valley]
During lunch time I noticed a crowd was moving near lunch area. When I went near the crowd I saw the crowd was around Brahmarshi Patriji. People were shaking their hands with Patriji and conveying their wishes. I also had the privilege of shaking hands with Patriji (picture below).
[A memorable meeting with Brahmarshi Patriji]
... are larger. The father or the oldest man is always the head of the household and the oldest female manages the house. The daughters usually do the cooking or chores. When families move into a new house, rituals are associated. A priest performs religious rituals in order to ensure that no evil befalls the new residents. People and family in India are very religious. They often give because of religion and because of family traditions in their ...