Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Haridwar
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... Dham (the four main centres of pilgrimage in Uttarakhand viz, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri Bhagiratha, the great-grandson of the Suryavanshi King Sagar is said to have brought the river Ganges down ...
... and we arranged to meet in the north. Having taken all the pictures I could and feeling more than peckish I headed back to my Auto and went back into Agra for an afternoon of loosing at cards, buying beer in a crazy backstreet off licence and failing to find somewhere for a shish kebab. Fort Agra beckoned the next day, where before entering a guy desperately wanted to sell me a massive camel whip. Starting at $20 and ending at 200Rs all while ignoring my question of what the hell ...
... to seek healing crystal treatments, and so on.
Other than eating and sleeping, I didn't experience much of Rishikesh. I picked up a parasite, probably from the water on our recent trek, and was practicing the most ancient method of healing: sleep.
It's quite a lovely place, though. And an excellent place to earn yoga teacher certification and mingle with foreigners from many parts of the west.
... enjoyed the experience more, the young lads or the oldie that was trying to re-live his youth. Ian threatened to advise the Principal of the school, that all the boys were to be placed on "detention" as the unforgettable occurred ... Ian was actually dismissed. To this day, our somewhat down-cast cricketer, maintains that a most obvious no-ball was delivered. However, so as not to threaten the current strong Indian - Australian relations, any form ...
... taking a bath in the freezing water! On the drive back to the hotel, the manager stopped at the market to pick up fresh vegetables to cook me dinner. I had arranged to get a ride again with the manager to Mansa Devi Temple in the morning. Two other Indian hotel guests jumped in, to get a lift to Har-ki Pairi Ghat. I thought I would just get dropped off at the site, but the manager actually walked me to the temple to guide me around. The cable car was closed for repairs, so ...