CC Antya 4.4

jhārikhaṇḍa-vanapathe āilā ekelā caliyā
kabhu upavāsa, kabhu carvaṇa kariyā
Word for word: 
jhārikhaṇḍa — known as Jhārikhaṇḍa; vana-pathe — through the path of the forest of central India; āilā — came; ekelā — alone; caliyā — walking; kabhu — sometimes; upavāsa — fasting; kabhu — sometimes; carvaṇa kariyā — chewing.
Translation: 
Sanātana Gosvāmī walked alone on the path through the Jhārikhaṇḍa forest in central India. Sometimes he fasted, and sometimes he would eat.