Walk Through Healing Garden In The Bahamas.

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I was going to write about choosing wisely the community one is going to live, but life has other plans for me for the moment. I went from feeling hot whilst cross country skiing in Pigeon Lake, to Washington DC for a brief three day conference where the weather had been colder than usual according to reliable source – the local taxi driver; and so the cherry blossoms were not blooming, delayed by two weeks. Sad – at least for me because I will not be in Washington in two weeks. I am now in Bahamas trying to get warm again. I packed a sweater just in case the air conditioning is on full blast in the shops and at the restaurants. I do try to avoid them but one needs fuel up once in a while!

I have always been curious about the Bahamas ever since my neighbour, from long past, invited us to their estate because they liked the design of the house we had built in the vicinity. They obviously left a little impression on me because they could swing on a rope like a Tarzan from their bedrooms right into an indoor swimming pool in the middle of their house and they owned a private Island in the Bahamas. I am finally here and I am going to share with you taste of my walk in a Healing Garden in The Bahamas. Enjoy and be well.

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3 Comments

  1. Thank you for sharing, Hari! It’s healing even to look at your beautiful pictures.

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  2. Parvaneh Masruri

     /  March 25, 2013

    Dr. Chana
    just enjoy your trip ; absolutely great pictures
    parvaneh

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  3. Jaipal

     /  December 8, 2013

    Dr Chana Thank you for sharing your walk It brought many memories Walking on Bamboory Beach in Mombasa with coconut trees for shade in hot weather, the Orchids were a reminder of Tiger Balm Garden in Singapore and bright green tropical flora was a pleasnt reminder of Babados, Thank again Jaipal and i may thank your Brother Tarlochan who takes me for early morning 10km walk Wish you both good health, keep it up SatNam

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