Ananda in the Himalayas
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... drainpipe - not to mention the dearth of cow pats. Another lesson learnt in India is to wear your trainers (not sandals) at all times. We started to seek out a good spot for watching that evening’s sunset ceremonies and came across a temple right on the river and which an orange robe clad guy was ushering people in - we enquired whether a ceremony was taking place there and he invited us to join them, saying we were lucky to get one of ...
... a masala chai, yummy! The cafe if full of other travellers and I can hear Israeli, English, French and Austrailian accents, it's a very restful place and I could stay here for quite some time I think, and the blog is taking much longer than it should to write as I keep getting distracted by other conversations. We hope to catch up with you all again before we head off to Pushkar for the camel fair, so we hope you are all well at home, take care, Paul says Shanti Om ...
... my name, nationality and passport number at the little hut, parted with ₹30 and carried on walking up.
Seriously, how far away could I be now? I pushed on. There was enough liquid dripping from my pores to irrigate a drought striken African nation. I came to a little stall where the guys pointed me up a track which I scrambled up. I knew ...
... to the Wikipedia article about him, “The Indian Council for Child Education recognized his pioneering role in the growth of children's literature in India . . .” Since I can take a picture of him anytime I want (should I have the desire to do so – which I don’t), I declined the offer of these young men to buy photos of the famous Ruskin Bond. James Bond, perhaps. But Ruskin? No thanks.
Mussoorie, Friday, 04 April, ...
Our workcamp was a small, nice group of six, coming from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Korea supported by our team leader, Vinoth from FSL India. Everybody had a different background and was super friendly, so we came along very well. Our daily schedule was filled with different activities: Every morning and evening we had yoga and ...