How you dress is how you feel
March 11, 2014 • Spiritual Adventures
“How you dress is how you feel”. We took this very seriously on the last night of our spiritual adventure. The last night is always special as in the tradition of doing these trips and everyone gets dressed up to the best that they can. Since we were in South India the ladies took the opportunity to dress in beautiful saris. They were purchased earlier on the trip and then blouses were sewn for each person by tailors, and our travelers had help from some of the hotel staff to tie the saris. For most of them it was the first time they had ever dressed up in a sari. I’ll let the photos tell you how much fun we had that night.
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