Mascot Beach Resort
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... which holds a lot of importance for those who take part. We had heard that there are several different deities/protagonists per Theyyam, and we caught the end of one deity, who had been painted in white with dark paint around his eyes. After some frenzied drumming, he had a huge headdress put on him, which must have been about 7m high, and then a mask, afterwhich he began to bless some of those immediately around him. Later on, he sat round the corner and other ...
... and paint. Others leave the bricks exposed. There is no chicken hire to hold the stucco on, they've painstakingly hammered dozens of nails into the semisoft concrete base coat and then wire-wrapped a spider's web of bailing wire into the nails to hold the stucco to the base coat. Muslims have walled off fortresses with gates. Hindus are open to the road. It takes about 3 to 4 months to build a house ...
... India have figured out that "Religion" can be kind of a constraining silly thing...a thing invented by humans to try and explain the unexplainable, and sometimes enslave the masses. But "Spirituality" is the idea that all religions can be blended into one. We are all one. Free yourself and understand that there is an energy in this universe that binds us all together as brothers and sisters....ONE. Call it God if you like. ...
... Tossing the lungie aside, I stand in the shower contemplating the next step. What I have not mentioned yet in the blog (a story still in draft mode) is that there is no hot water heater in this house, or any other house in the neighborhood. All water is cold, and since we are on the hill, our water well is chilly. JuJu told me , "Baba, your body is hot right now." (Spiritually hot. Not temperature hot.) "If you must take a cold shower, hold the water in your ...
... and bobble my head. Shed my shoes. Exploded the inside of my mouth with some of the most amazing flavors in the world. Been hugged by dozens of school children in uniform as I walk the streets. Them screaming "Where are YOU from?" And "What is YOUR name??!!" Such happy smiles. Received one of three rabies vaccinations. Stashed my malaria pills in the drawer. They are not needed, contrary to my Western ...