Ginger Hotel Haridwar

Address: Khasra No 48M/50M, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, 249410, India | Hotel
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      So Far, So Good

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... who are simply trying to cross, several motorcycles, some scooters, a **** load of monkeys and a cow.
      It's one of those places where, on first sight, I couldn't get my head around why people stayed for so long but like Salento in Colombia, it totally won my heart. It's the kind of place where I have to make myself move on for fear of waking up one ...

      Road trip to Rishikesh ☀️

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Apr 05, 2014

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      ... 55357;��� we then lazed about in a 60s themed Beatles cafe, where you lie down on sofas and can order the most amazing food and drinks (smoothies, shakes, fresh juices and all super cheap !!! About a pound for a milkshake made with soya milk). The Beatles visited Rishikesh in the 60's to try and 'find themselves' as this city is a haven for yoga lovers (this is where yoga originates from) and for meditation ...

      Visit to One of the Holiest Hindu Cities

      A travel blog entry by npacadia on Feb 21, 2014

      30 photos

      ... touch the ground when they are traveling back home, so if the trip involves an overnight, someone stays awake to hold the water while other sleep. Many of these water carriers were actually decorated and built on the banks of the Ganga.

      Away from the Ganga was a very large market – narrow streets, thousands of small stalls, and crowded with people. It reminded me of many of the souks that I’ve seen in Oman, Jordan, and ...

      Jai Hind!

      A travel blog entry by gillessoenen on Nov 07, 2013

      26 photos

      ... away.

      After crossing the border in Sunauli, I hopped onto a bus to Gorakhpur, after booking a trainticket Gorakhpur-Varanasi. Next to me in the bus there was again a friendly man, whose name I unfortunately forgot the moment he pronounced it. Nonetheless, a friendly lad, on the way to his mother to celebrate diwali. I must've looked miserable and poor that day, because again, somebody paid for my food. This time it was this Indian guy from the bus who ...

      First day in Rishikesh

      A travel blog entry by whitelightyoga on Nov 14, 2012

      3 photos

      ... called my guesthouse, and asked them to pick me up on the bike as I can't take trying to dodge more fireworks. Even driving back on the bike I was looking behind me and seeing fireworks going off just as we moved past them. It reminded me the time I did explosions at Battersea Power station with the special effects team from Saving Private Ryan, for a Saudi Times advert. On the bike escaping the explosions in the war zone.
      Then a ...