Gmvn Rahi Motel
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... of varying sizes so you can take a bit of Mother Ganga home with you.
I've even got up the bottle to start asking people if I can photograph their stalls. I still haven't managed to interpret the Indian head wobble so at the moment I'm assuming a smiley head wobble means yes and a frowny head wobble means **** off, tourist. Thus far, everyone in ...
... as we arrived and the road was completely under a large pile of rubble. To our disbelief a temporary road had been formed within 1 hour. However during this process the slide started again and people fled screaming ... Making us slightly uneasy to put it mildly.
Nevertheless determined to progress we raced across the haphazard road accelerating as small rocks continued to fall behind us. Whilst the rest of ...
... the temples and drink from the river (I should probably add that not too far away along the river dead bodies are released into the water as it's a cheap way to get rid of them without them rotting in the sun GROSS RIGHT ?!!!). We spent the afternoon checking out the shops and streets and crossing one of the big bridges to get to the other side of the river. The bridge is full of monkeys and loads of random cows chilling in the sun, ...
... go to the ashram, especially when he is renown worldwide and is visited by the likes of Prince Charles and Simon Reeve. You're also supposed to take the opportunity to listen to his lectures on the rare occasion he visits, rather than choose to go find another restaurant with warming chai. H - Hippie Haven. Harem pants, ponchos, pinstripes, dreadlocks, felt-sewn suits. The fashion is contagious, and ...
... up by a guy on a bike rickshaw. It was a good thing we just brought one duffle bag for the both of us. It was a bit awkward having an older guy as our "driver', we kinda felt bad.
We eventually get to the hotel, and it was amazingly close to the river itself. The front door of the hotel is literally a few steps away from the side of the river. At the hotel, we were greeted with chai and rudraksha beads. The room itself didn't have any river facing windows but the ...