Ginger Hotel Haridwar
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... The traffic moved freely as roads weren't as rammed with cars, bikes, rickshaws and cows. The rivers and canals that ran through the town were crystal clear and teeming with fish, no obligatory dead dog floating down the Ganges here it seemed. The driver stopped off at a paan shop and I decided to join him, knowing the paan (a mild stimulant derived from the betel nut) would keep me alert which I knew I would need to be if spending four hours looking through thick ...
... woman traveling alone.
After the 8 hr ride I made it to Haridwar and after eventually finding my way out of the train station with other similarly confused travelers who we had exchanged many smiles and laughs I hopped on a rikshaw and to Santosh Puri ashram. The roads of Haridwar are full of bright robes ranging from yellow to light red covering sadhus or spiritual ascetics both male and female who live in ashrams that seem to be about half of this ...
... the whole session i dont want to tell what i thought about the breathing thing. the rest of the yoga was nice i think i will continue with that.
so up to the next a massage , not with the babba but in a nice bit luxury spa , aaah relaxing after struggling and foulting myself into yoga positions.
not that i stay clean , the same night i stept into the holy **** of a very holy cow , so but still i felled blessed
... was also blocked in protest. Third time was the charm. As you climb into the town the weather changes and it drops a good 15-20 degrees. The unbearable 100 heat in Delhi becomes a tolerable 85 here. And there's moisture in the air. You can tell we are near the mighty Ganges River. Flowing down from the Shivalik Mountains in the Himalayas, it feeds Rishikesh with the spiritual water that all Hindus find so holy. We started the day at Triveni Ghat, a riverside collection of ...
... different types of street food. Again the litter, dust, dirt and flies are omnipresent but gradually I think, I am getting used to it. We head out to Rishikesh a town at the foot of the Himalayas, about 1 hour out of Haridwar. It's the place the Beatles came to in the 1960s to stay with their guru, the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It is a stunning setting with the mountains and the river flowing rapidly through the town. ...