Staywell Cottage - Seema Guest House

Address: Tapovan Bypass, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, 249192, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tapovan Bypass, Rishikesh, is near Lakshman Jhula Suspension Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Rishikesh

Moving Out Into the Tourist Land of Devotion

A travel blog entry by hilarylake on May 27, 2014

28 photos

... and at the right price which my mom would be proud of J

We walked all through the markets and bustling streets filled with Baba (many of them begging) and cows and devotees trying to make their way through the chaos as well. It feels like pop religion in many places and then we walked down a path that brought us to the large rock guarded beach lined with small ashrams and suddenly I felt in the right place. The beaches really are gorgeous along the ...

Practising my om

A travel blog entry by hanush on Mar 23, 2014

15 photos

Yoga, ayurveda, tantra, astrology, and hindu and buddhist philosophy has long fascinated westerners seeking enlightenment and an escape from the commercialised humdrum of life at home. Nestled in the green foothills of the Himalayas, the quiet town of Rishikesh has grown into something of an epicentre for all these things, ever since John, Paul, George and Ringo showed up in 1968 to visit the Maharishi and stay at his ashram. I'm told they penned over 40 songs during their stay, and ...

Mussoorie - First Entry

A travel blog entry by bangkokrandy on Mar 16, 2014

11 photos

... photos of the mountains, which I later processed with my fancy new panorama-stitching software, and which you can see on this page.

Back in the center of town, although I wasn’t hungry yet, I checked the menus of the two Thai-Tibetan restaurants to see if they served the Tibetan Thukpa soup that I discovered in Rishikesh – the soup that helped me survive my bout of diarrhea there. Both restaurants had it on the menu, and just as was ...

Wees in the dark

A travel blog entry by jane.oloughlin on Jan 10, 2014

... pop. Both times I've had a coffee, I've taken the opportunity to use the (relatively) clean toilet. And both times, one in Haridwar and one in Rishikesh, the power has gone out right as I'm about to wee! What sort of spooky coincidence is this? Maybe India is telling me to get out of the polished coffee chains and get back to drinking chai with ...

Rejuvenating in Rishikesh

A travel blog entry by sashaj11 on May 02, 2013

3 comments, 29 photos

... Nagasai was walking to the parking lot ahead of us when a monkey dashed out between some parked cars and grabbed the cloth bag right out of her hand, scaring her. Damn monkeys. No tiffin for us. He sat down ripped open the bag and scarfed down four samosas.
Our growly stomachs would have to wait. We jumped in the car and headed down the mountain. Next stop Ganga Aarti! We arrived about 6:15 pm. The aarti was to begin about 6:45. A huge crowd was gathering. We found a not ...