Colmar Beach Resort
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... today and washed my laundry in the sink and hung it on my porch- feels very satisfying. Attending to our physical needs and taking care of ourselves is so important! The power was off most of the morning so I could not connect to the wifi. As always the blessing was that I chatted with Annike over breakfast . She is a photo journalist from Sweden, here for 2 weeks practicing Ashtanga with another teacher here. She has travelled to many places in the world, first time ...
Yesterday and today we: 1. Learned that when Indians say "PIN code" they actually mean a ZIP code as in: what's the PIN code of your hotel? 2. Realized to my disgust that everything is so cheap here I lost my ability AND drive to haggle. Aargh! 3. Despite not having a license, rented a motorbike anyway. Got a little uneasy when the owner did not care to show me the headlight switch but strongly insisted on me mastering the horn. 4. Learned the ...
... small, unless you're at teacher training. We have been to a few beach platforms and usually a full class has 4-6 people practising, which we found refreshing. Hatha is more commonly practised than flow, but if you find a good foreign teacher or an Indian instructor that speaks good english, they may be more creative in their sequencing and you'll have an easier time understanding them. We have been disappointed more than once going to class, but this is India, not ...
... o lab facilities in Agonda so I hope to ride out til Kochi.
H20 were the best beach huts on the beach. Clean, great beach cabanas for sunbathing, good service. Try the restaurant next door (silent waves or something similar) - great tasting food at half the price as H2O. Agonda Is a great tranquil beach not crowded and very clean. Very quiet - with no water sports and ...
... the temples at Aihole in neighbouring Karnataka.
According to history researcher Prajal Sakhardande it was built in the 12th century by the Kadamba queen Kamladevi and is ...