Ganga Vatika Boutique Guest House
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Had a nice breakfast by the river this morning and just chilled out.. We went shopping today as well, taking our towels with us with the intention to go for a swim but couldn't do it, it was still too cold! So we went for a wonder down the main shopping road.. I got some pants a top and a bag(which is already falling to pieces, lucky it was only $2) from a ...
... at Dr. Singhal’s shop, he explained to me a little about his caste, the Agrawals. From a short Wikipedia entry on the subject (click here for the link to the website), I was able to confirm what Dr. Singhal had told me, namely that Agrawals are influential and prosperous in India. Apparently, you can tell a person’s caste/community/background from their surname, and Dr. Singhal started mentioning a few of the last names of Agrawals. One of them that ...
... and are keen to mix: an aspect that is not all that obvious in Australia. Indians appear to be well accustomed to their current existence: be it begging, operating simple retail on a local street or driving in well-to-do vehicles. Little tolerance is given by those who are well off toward those who are not.
In summary though:
i) our road trip to Rishikesh (245 kms) ...
... and the other thing.
Upon arrival in Delhi, I followed the signs to the domestic transfer, only to find that I had to pass through another huge security line. This security check was completely unnecessary since every single passenger passing through had already been checked before their first flight. Like so many things in India, though, this is done to use up some of the excess manpower that exists in this totally overpopulated country. While I was standing ...
... of sleep the night before and our inflated anxiety brought on by our horrific cabin mate. How wrong could we have been...
The town is dived into 2 main areas, the unattractive down town area and upstream around the Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula suspension bridges where the ashrams, restaurants and hotels are situated. Bridges are pedestrian only, leading onto the eastern side of the traffic free bank creating the famous Rishikesh 'spiritual centre'. We were positioned ...