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... the 10 weeks taking me to work each morning. 10 weeks, 45 or so trips, I gave him basically £15. Think he was going to cry when I gave it to him initially, he was so grateful bless him, but such a lovely, genuine, awesome guy, I had to say thanks in some way.
Friday came around and it was my final day, Ravi phoned me at lunchtime to ask what time I would be back at the apartment as he and his family had something they wanted to give me. He came over ...
Each year the weather cycle looms over West Bengal before moving towards the hill lands of Sikkim and Darjeeling, the mountains puncturing the heavy clouds causing monsoon rains to fall across the Himalayas and onto Himachel Pradesh in North West India. This year the rains arrived early and with great force, causing devastation in the mountain valleys and the flood plains below. By the time we decide to jump train across India ...
Anointed by ash:
We observed some people singing and chanting inside one of the tiny shrines at the next event and after praying were anointed by ash to complete our experience here.
After leaving the temple complex we spent the rest of the afternoon chilling out at the massive Kangra fort and staring at the truly prehistoric surrounding landscape, before perparing for our onward journey to Rishikesh.
... Lamp to the Path to Enlightenment. I thought to myself after reading through the English version in a booklet available to everyone that I don't even know where to find the match to light the Lamp to find the Path to Enlightenment yet. After reading through the 60 or more verses of the ancient teaching I wasn't sure that it was actually written in English. No wonder it takes so long to become Enlightened! I don't think it will happen for me ...
... walk down to the more functional part of town, strewn with huge boulders long ago ripped from the hills by the Beas river below. The river roars with what sound engineers call 'pink noise,' which is much like white noise but with a great many more bass frequencies. A cyclopean detuned TV, all day and night it provides the backdrop to the cicadas, blackbirds, horn blasts, dog barks and the big old Enfields carrying travellers up the valley to ...