Brij Lodge

Address: Near Harki Paudi, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near Harki Paudi, Haridwar.
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      Parallel Universes

      A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 09, 2014

      ... saved at that moment by bumping into Nick and El again as they wandered past. I saddled up the entire posse and headed to the German Bakery, avoiding the fake one 20 meters down the street. If you're going to try and build a fake turist trap to catch off guard travellers, don't do it within spitting distance of the real one, as they can shout at you and point out the scam. After arranging to meet the Russian sisters for a dawn boat ride on the Ganges I called it a night. Or so I ...

      Magic swing of death

      A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Mar 11, 2014

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      ... rain and lightening continued as we continued painting and cleaning the shop. Vishendra went with us to dinner at moonlight cafe ( where I saw that guy for the third time) I say next to him, talked to him and went thanks universe for the send but turns out no thanks :) Skipped through the puddles with aunty at night in the pouring rain as we sang singing in the rain. Then sat and talked on the roof with my Indian buddy. Grateful- to be ...

      Day Fourteen - Life in an Ashram... Well almost

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Mar 02, 2014

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      ... been cleaned in a while, we spoke with the ashram staff and they agreed to have the room cleaned within the next couple of hours. We left the ashram to have a look around the area while the cleaning was taking place. We drove up into the Laxman Jula area, which was further up the Ganges from the ashram, and found a busy little stretch of shops and a number of foreign backpackers sitting around at cafés and restaurants. Things were looking good. As the 2 ...

      Rishikesh - Beatles, Yoga and Hummous

      A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on May 15, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... group who coincidentally include the Londoner Joe we met in Mount Abu and Robin a Dutch photography enthusiast and his Finish partner we met in a supermarket in Udaipur. The food is fairly average and the seating is worse but the company is grand. We disperse and the ashram lot who have a 10pm curfew head to bed and we head upstairs to meet some of Bens friends. With rafting in the morning we up our numbers by enlisting Gaelete and head home. Heading out to the jeep at ...

      10 Days in an Ashram

      A travel blog entry by cameron.burge on Jul 04, 2012

      ... and less polluted. However i was confused one morning when i ventured down to bath in the Ganga (this is considered the best way to remove all bad energy from the body) as i returned to the bank i witness a middle aged man doing his morning rituals to the river then removed two whole mangos from a plastic bag, unwrap them from newspaper and proceeded to throw them into the river. Nothing strange about that, its common among the locals to offer fruit, meals, gifts to the Ganga ...

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