Prague Castle
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Prague Castle : Main Gate This glorious entrance gate is Rococo in style, from the period of the reign of the empress Maria Theresa. Above the main gateway, you can … Read More

Departure and First Day in Prague
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Departure, Nov. 23, 2012 I took the day off today.  I was up late preparing for the trip. This week has been hectic trying to get everything done at work … Read More

Shiva: RishiCulture Yoga Magazine
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Newsletter or Magazine?  Historically, this publication has been refered to as a newsletter but with the recent changes in its scope and design, is it still a newsletter or has … Read More

The Impact of Giving
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One of the organizations I support is Kiva.org.  It is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide … Read More

Saraswati: RishiCulture Yoga Magazine
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A while ago, Dr. Ananda suggested that the Gitananda Association Newsletter could be more international in scope.  This is our first attempt in that transition.  More changes are sure to … Read More

An Attempt at ‘Saving Face’
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Last year I had the opportunity to go to Kenya to work with our sister organization in Nairobi.  I was very excited because this was my first trip to the … Read More

Bamburi Beach Resort
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Bamburi Beach Resort is centrally located on the most lively stretch of Bamburi beach in Mombasa and is a nice destination to get away from the big city for a … Read More

Masai Tribal Village
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Like the Saburu, wealth is determined by how much cattle one owns.  The whole of tribal life evolves around cattle. Like the Samburu Tribal Village visit, there was dancing, singing, … Read More

On Safari in Masai Mara
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When I woke up this morning it was raining but it cleared up quickly.  We left at 7:30 am and didn’t return until 3pm.  I saw all the animals I … Read More

Masai Mara National Reserve and the Big Five
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Nakuru to the Mara National Reserve 365 km / 6 hours Early this morning, the birds were chirping, the sunlight was slowly moving over the acacia trees, and it was … Read More

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