Ginger Hotel Haridwar

Khasra No 48M/50M, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249410, India | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Haridwar

    Blog Day 10- A journey not for the faint hearted..

    A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment

    ... valleys we were treated to a beautiful sunset.
    Shortly after it was time to say our goodbyes to our trekking companions Abhay, Vinita, Sudha, Peter and Hiromi, the first to receive one of Chiara's painted cards.
    Earlier on we had decided to decline the offer to return to hotel dolphin I.e. Cockroach Central and opted for the £4 upgrade to hotel Disney. Despite the name this was a fabulous decision as we ...

    River Rafting in Rishikesh

    A travel blog entry by sashaj11 on May 05, 2013

    4 comments, 21 photos

    ... I squished my way through the narrow isle. Trying to hold onto the seats and not fall into any of the curious onlookers laps. No doubt I was the only foreigner on the bus. And a woman alone. An older man asked where I was from? Travelling alone? Yes. GOOD. He seemed very impressed. Didn't have to stand for too long. A young man shifted over and let me sit in his seat. Thank you. The drive went very quickly. I felt safe. Much better than yesterdays nerve racking experience. Thankfully ...

    The Ganges River

    A travel blog entry by vaishaliandamit on Feb 22, 2013

    32 photos

    ... to Earth. Someone from the hotel had escorted us to this location and set up a place where we could do a puja. After the puja, one of the pujaris took us with him to the river bank to perform one of the 21 aartis that take place nightly. It was an amazing thing to be a part of, not to mention the sight of all the lights and fires. We had bought two banana leaf bowels with flowers and a candle inside to set afloat on the water. Another guy, not a pujari, "helped" us do ...

    First day in Rishikesh

    A travel blog entry by whitelightyoga on Nov 14, 2012

    3 photos

    ... I still get confused with the lesser deities as they are all incarnations of each other in some different form.
    Kalam the indian owner give me some sweets and there are candles lit everywhere around the alter - as well as up the stairs to my room. In front of the Puja are there money books to bring more wealth to the business (its only been opened 10 months) and they spent 1 yr building it.

    He then gives me a big hug ...

    My First Week at Yog Peeth

    A travel blog entry by monkeygoplaces on Dec 10, 2011

    48 photos

    Sunday- My new UK friend and I wake up and take a walk through Rishikesh in search of toilet paper (which isn't common in India), towels, and just to see what’s around. There are monkeys and sadhus ("holy men" who give up all material posessions and sexual attachments and live in caves, forests and temples all over India), and cows everywhere. And peddlers selling, I don’t know if they were flies or food…