Brij Lodge

Near Harki Paudi, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Haridwar

Arriving and Continuing to Arrive in Mother India

A travel blog entry by hilarylake


... are cultivating. They seem to have a lot of freedom and responsibility but no one seems to be telling them what to do or when to do it. Also the two woman cooks Muni and P are almost always doing or preparing something but never seem to be in a rush, they go about what they need to go about doing and even get others involved like Diana and I when we were talking. I like the way this place runs automatically and how Mandakini doesn’t ever seem to be busy ...

Following Spirit

A travel blog entry by sashaj11


... was an hour and a half before my flight. I checked in and went to "Taste of India" for Idly Vada. Good thing cause there wasn’t any food served on the flight. Couldn’t keep my eyes open on the flight. Napped most of the way. Nearly three hours later we landed in New Delhi. Got outside to find my driver. The plan was he was to stand with a sign and my name. Lots of signs. None with my name. Damn.After numerous phone calls we connected. He was looking for ...

10 Days in an Ashram

A travel blog entry by cameron.burge

... to bring luck to them, the confusing part was that he threw the newspaper and plastic bag in after.

That was not the only strange experience i had in Rishikesh, we happened to be right in the middle of Shivratri festival where Indians come from up in small hill tribes to gather the Ganga blessed water and
bring it to Shiva
temples. People walk for days to
Rishikesh from as far away as Delhi, people are understandably excited
to reach ...

Himalayas and Hollywood

A travel blog entry by lisa_andy


Seems ages since the last update, we have done loads and have been having such a great time.

We visited McLeod Ganj at the foothills of the Himalayas. China invaded Tibet in 1950 and the Dalai Lama (the spiritual and political leader) fled in fear of his life. He was granted exile in McLeod and has been there ever since, life for the remaining Tibetans became difficult with numerous human rights abuses so about 2,500 of them head here each year to claim exile too. ...

Kitsilano East?

A travel blog entry by johnandalison


... like lights and Diwali decorations. Firecrackers were being sold by the boxful to any young man with a rupee or two to spare and a pack of matches. And the Sadhus (Hindu holy men) added a cheerful `Happy Diwali` as they thrust their brass coloured urns in the direction of passers-by in the hopes of addition seasonal donations.

Alison and I spent Diwali in Haridwar, another holy city on the Ganges about 30 minutes from Rishikesh. ...


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