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Manana

MANANA

Now Manana has appeared before on ww but we have never seen ‘down-below’.

First some background – Manana is a Colin Wild sport fisher built in Auckland in 1953 by Collings and Bell. 158 more words

Launches

Flying down to, Rio Part II (the bit with the purple feet)

Beautiful. That’s Rio. Well, the public face. If you ignore the favellas. Which it’s hard to do from our hotel unless you wear earplugs. Then you wouldn’t hear the dogs howling or the shots at night. 917 more words

Travelling

Ventana.

Una vez más me encuentro en la ventana,
vacía de tristeza, vacía ya de rabia,
ésta vez quisiera hallar una lágrima,
una emoción en el alma. 186 more words

Literatura

Chanting to manana : At the tip of the tongue

I can chant the vişņu sahasranāmam without the book, but, funnily enough, only out loud. Unless the tongue moves and the ear hears, I cannot recall the next ślökam (verse/couplet). 130 more words

Ancient Indians

manana : lalitā ślöka pancakam

Once I have practiced chanting perfectly, I like to turn over the words of a ślökam or stötram in my mind till I “get it”. This is called manana. 327 more words

Ancient Indians

Flights of Fancy - Mañana, Mañana.. by Sally Cronin

Mañana, Mañana.

The hot sun burnt her already tanned legs and she moved them slightly into the shade of the large umbrella overhead. She felt a small trickle of perspiration slide between her breasts and decided that it was not really that uncomfortable a sensation. 1,725 more words

Short Stories