Mascot Beach Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... are completely covered in black clothing apart from their face. Some men have a dark patch on their forehead, a callous from years of touching their heads to the ground during prayer. Now that's a dedicated religion ay. Christians? Once a week on a Sunday morning for an hour or two and I think it's even acceptable to nod off on ...
... time. I relax with the flow. But I am summoned to come take a look and advise. The carpenter is stuck with the idea of spacing for the racks and the size of ventilation and the hole for the electric coil. Keylu has a car, and I am in for a ride. Also, we are to purchase the spices. Which I thought would be a simple process in spice rich Malabar Coast India. It's not. Keylu , like most men in India has been babied by his mom, and has no idea how to market. He's amazed ...
... And SNAKES! Holy man and neighborhood protector Ranjeet has often been called to nearby homes to remove a snake from the kitchen. Yes....there are cobras. Ranjeet tells me they can lift themselves up slowly from the ground, chest high, spreading their hoods with a loud hiss. (Flashback to a scene from Harry Potter!) But he tells me not to worry about the King Cobra. Cobras are shy of humans, and will quickly slither away. He told me to worry ...
... What is your name, and where are you from?" And more importantly, they actually are hoping for a heartfelt response. So I stop and hold space with them. We sit for a moment on a fence or bench, and I tell them who I am and answer their endless questions. So sweet...so fresh....so ...
... day of massaging knees, ankles and hands. Applying marmony to elbows and ankles (not too thick, not too thin, not too messy - I do all these things) and learning how to bandage.
During the lunch break we inspected his house construction. The labourers (3 men, 1 woman) work so hard in sandals or bare feet when up on the edge laying bricks. The woman carries a brick on her head while the men carry one on ...