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... just incase, in all likelihood, I saw **** all. In the end, I opted for a much cheaper room outside the park. It was set up like a military encampment for domestic tourists, who were constantly coming and going in safari style jeeps with camouflage print seats. After a quick lunch, I too was off. While racing through the streets of Ramnagar, I realised, compared to most Indian towns, how clean it was. There was no random rubble from buildings in a seemingly permanent state ...
... of toxins and staring at it and seeing the plants change from green in the air to black as they neared the water proved it to me. There was a lot of pain that was a mix of fear, sadness, judgment and anger that came up seeing this all. I have been to India before when I was 15 with my parents during a month long trip around SE Asia and I saw some similar sights but not so much of it all at the same time as I was immersed and the only one of ‘my kind’ as ...
... you hear it knacking. but oh my ... it is not only my muscle who is knacking it was my trousers to hahaha. i wear that goooood quality oh so nice indian pants. luckly i wear a legging under it. after out of concentration we continue. he is planing to do some breathing Technics. i was allready out of consentration but this , i had to do my best to not laugh i guess this is to much spiritual for me. for me it looked like giving birth puffs. so ...
... The final item is an all natural sugar-like product they sell for 30 cents a pound. The process from start to finish takes almost an entire day and the whole time I thought, forget the sugar cane, pick and sell the weed and mail it to North Americans, you'd make more than 30 cents a pound. But I digress. We weren't able to take the main road into town as the villagers blocked off the road in protest of a baby elephant that had been run over earlier in the day. Sad. The second road ...
After nearly 5hrs on rural roads and constant hooting, I arrived in Haridwar one of the seven most holy cities in Hinduism. My hotel is right on the water and has an amazing balcony overlooking the Ganges. The city is crowded with pilgrims who flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the goddess the Ganges or the Ganga as it is known in Hindi. The old town is a warren of narrow lanes filled with souvenir stalls, gift shops and ...