Ginger Hotel Haridwar
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... Pandas of the Haridwar have been known to keep genealogy records of most of the Hindu population. Known as vahis, these records are updated on each visit to the city, and are a repository of vast family trees of family ...
... trip in my Indian travel nemesis, the dreaded night bus. After being scammed by the Auto driver on the way to the 'Travel Agents' I was in no mood to be messed around. However what preceded was so bizarre I totally forgot I was angry. The place I pulled up outside of was little more than an old office desk behind a roller door, with Albert Steptoe peering out from the gloom. He demanded my ticket and told me to sit in one of the threadbare seats next to the desk. As I walked under ...
... the city, shopping and browsing again. Our breakfast is included in our hotel so we always have a snack before we leave in the morning. The afternoon was spent in our favourite cafe, the 60s Beatles cafe, drinking smoothies and home made teas and eating their amazingly yummy but healthy food, all vegetarian and mostly vegan. We found that most restaurants and cafés here are vegetarian and organic/vegan, which has actually been really nice because ...
... to do so. The children not being reactive to the latter: certainly a tactic rarely seen in Australian schools.
Tony decided to entice us all to sit in one of the ghats and "cleanse our sins" by washing our feet in the mighty Ganges. A pleasant (but somewhat invigorating) experience. Our travels took us down to the small village (ashram) that the Beatles stayed in ..... well we were across the river from this. The ashram is now in ...
... in all the chaos too. We met with the other two hotel guests back down the hill at Har-ki Pairi Ghat, and joined them for an Indian breakfast at a squashy eatery that I never would have picked, but the crowded tables inside indicated a good choice. The men selected a meal and lassi for me, and even shouted the meal. They were very bemused about the idea of a girl travelling alone in a foreign country. Again, I felt happy to be experiencing Haridwar with this group of generous ...