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... a shower head with hot water, a duvet, pillows, ac and wait for it bathrobes ( to top it off all were clean)
Safe to say we will be sleeping soundly tonight before the adventure continues to our next destination.
All in all it's been a fantastic first week in a variety of different ways, mind blowing scenery, generous and kind trekking companions and knowledgable guides (Ramman and Rajnish) made any hiccups worth ...
... a prayer, and then asked us for a donation, which we gladly gave what we felt was very generous. But, then he asked for more, which we declined, and got annoyed by. Other than that, it was an awesome e experience.
The next day it had started to rain a bit. Luckily, our hotel was close to the river, so in the morning we dipped our feet and poured the river's holy water over us. Then, we had too catch a train from another town, so we decided to go to Rishikesh, to see ...
... the drizzle, get soaked in it or be anywhere else in lonely alleys other than lazying under the humid fan-air. However, today, I am expected in the solitude of wilderness 25 km away. It is going to be yet another enjoyable night-out under the cloudy dome of the dusky sky. Dehradun, the capital town, has lost innocense of past. Once a beautiful small town with green hedges and big gated bungalows standing on over an ...
... just in stitches about the poor guy trying to move a brute of a man a Lady a 20KG bag and a 14 KG bag using a one gear pedal bike. That's the great thing about Eggsy and I we can hate each other in such circumstances briefly but after the event we can't stop laughing about it. On a trip like this you can NEVER lose your sense of humour.
At night Haridwar was beautiful, very Glastonburyesque in a way, all the campsites and tents lit up. Lights all across ...
Had Raj take me to Swami Ramdevji's Patanjali Yogpeeth centre which is just outside Haridwar. It's an impressive site with ell maintained garden areas and a modern suite of buildings.
On entering the main building it feels very much like a hospital and in many cases this is a hospital for the ayurvedic and yoga treatment of all sorts of conditions. It also has a huge amount of resource ...