City Heart Residency
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... time with.
Now the absence of that is affecting me. I mean, not to say there aren't (BIG) challenges for me in spending time with people!! Oy vey! I'm coming to new levels of appreciating just how challenging this is!! How challenging I am! :) But I'm experiencing a peculiar form of anxiety from not having ANY like-minded souls around! Like a desert feeling. Or rather wanting to get away from that desert feeling of not having like people near. I realize ...
... Hayley said in a tone which bordered brilliantly between polite request and furious demand. He stepped back and then one after another we jumped onto a moving train. It was a little scary and stressful but that; was sort of what I wanted from an Indian train station experience, I think we both did.
Once we were on the train the people that we had to deal with were lovely, they helped us into a carriage and explained that there is something called the “Tourist ...
... but it was too cold for a swim.
The dinner buffet was hot and smelly, but we did find some stuff to eat. Let's pray we haven't destroyed our stomachs. :)
Tomorrow we're off to do a zip nide adventure some 80 kilometers north of Chandigarh, so I hope our day turns out to be much better than today, although today was pretty good, considering. :)
G'night from beautiful ...
... but no matter as i was in no rush today. It was at this point the moment i stepped off the train that the day went a little sour.
Custom to touts i knew the ride would consist of a hotel stop, the subsequent rejection of it and then to get him to drop me at a central point and find my own way...but when i refused the driver took me back to the station and wouldn't take me into Chandigarh! So i got ...
... from countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, take billion of dollars from Overseas Contingency Operations and bring that back home to people. 23%, the most, is spent for defense - some must be spent, no question here, but its time to clean the mess and pull out from countries that no longer require American/EU presence. With Love and Light and Trust that there is some Wisdom in the politicians heads and that they are not blind with control and power.