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... too much. I was told a couple of times in Delhi by one guy (who I assume runs an Indian clothing shop) that I should adopt Indian dress whilst I'm over here but I just don't think I could rock that look. I've seen a few Western chicks in Indian dress and it's lovely and feminine and therein lies the problem. I can't pull off feminine. I walk like a bouncer. ...
... and I never felt any danger when I swam, but I guess a lot of people (especially Indians) don't get the swimming/water safety education us Kiwis take for granted.
Of all the places I have visited on this adventure, Rishikesh is somewhere I know for certain I will come back to. There is a subtle energy here, a positivity if you will, and so much to experience and see and learn. And it's beautiful. And they serve good coffee. What more could you ask for?
... world. At Haridwar, 10 million people attended a recent Kumbh Mela celebration (which takes place every 12 years).
We were very fortunate to be accompanied by a researcher from the Wildlife Institute of India, who had a personal connection to Haridwar and the River Ganga and was able to explain to us many of the customs and rituals, as well as guide us through the throngs of people. Individuals, families, and large groups participated ...
... on discreetly. I hiked down the river bank. In the distance was a beautiful white patch of sand. Close the the bend. I headed in that direction. Climbing over rocks, walking over hot sand I made my way there. I noticed a man ahead of me. Also, foreign. We ended up at the same spot. He approached me and we began to talk. Tibor is from Slovakia and has been living in Rishikesh for one and a half years. He has been to India twenty six times. Whew. Asked me how I like ...
... I buzz of our conversation and we also share many of our ups and downs affirming for me, what I'd previously thought I was alone on! Great stuff!
A bit later, a young Indian guy comes and sits with us and after a short introduction asks if we'd like to join his and his friends for some alcoholic drinks. This is something in particular, as alcohol in Rishikesh is totally illegal. The alcohol wasn't the issue here though. It was how we were going to get it. Somehow ...