More then likely you will be lucky to witness a wedding at solstice.
Kirtan was amazing and performed by Snatam Kaur and family, literally! Her mother, father and husband were playing various instruments.
A facilitator is on a side stage informing everybody what is going on. I found this very good, especially as it was in English! It also helped people involved with the wedding as it informed them what needs to be done and when.
Kirtan by Ravi Kaur
After the wedding I popped to the laundry, even though we were only traveling for three weeks we are still traveling light.
The afternoon was back to the lectures and more yoga. Sometimes, you feel you are just yoga’d out!!
Yoga in another tent
In the food shelter there were a number of stalls selling food, one was selling dhosa for $10 which in my opionon was very expensive and another was selling roti rolls (chappatti rolled with paneer and potato inside.) for $5.00 a very fair priced for a tasty meal.
As I was unable to handle the solstice diet, I started living off the roti rolls!!
In the evening we headed back to the cabin to find another person sleeping in one of the other bunks!!! Until now we had enjoyed the 4 bunk cabin to ourselves. The cabins have 4 bunks and you pay for the number of bunks required………night!
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