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Haridwar to Rishikesh: Fare Rs.35-40/- per person by Bus. Takes around 1-1.5hrs based on the traffic.
Rishikesh – Hotel Digvijay, Just opposite to Tehri bus stand. Tariff: RS.400/- per night. Okay for one night. Serve Non-veg food as well.
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... an opening for the worldwide shift in consciousness which many of us are intensely aware is needed, if we are to save our world. Tribal women in particular, and their art forms, have sustained a role and consciousness linked directly to the earth and to the nature-consciousness that needs regeneration in our times. Tribal women’s art has evolved directly from the prehistoric rock art of Jharkhand / central India The shift in consciousness we all need starts ...
... Indian destinations, Calcutta was nothing like anywhere else we had visited. Very colonial English influence with a huge railway station that resembled Waterloo or Paddington, an impressive steel suspension bridge spanning the Hooghly River, wide roads full of old yellow taxis and stately home style buildings.
Our hotel was a British family run colonial home, that felt like a ...
... at how many couples were sat around enjoying the evening. We felt quite safe wandering around and from our experiences of Delhi and Mumbai Kolkata comes across as a lot nicer and cleaner, I don't know what happened to the black hole of Calcutta but it seems to have had a makeover. We passed a Unilever office block and thought maybe if we called in we could claim expenses, maybe not. We headed back to the hotel and had a drink in the bar, yes a bar. There was ...
... our safety. Outside is warm but at the same time very foggy and the darkness uninviting. Lined up along the entrance are old British style cabs, the kind you'd see back in the day, but all beat up and rusted. We leave the airport, maxing out at 60 clicks when we have room to accelerate, riding along endless broken down roads, buildings, and mean looking “police” with automatic rifles hanging off their shoulders. It's an interesting ride, but after about 20 ...