Hotel Disney Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I get bored halfway through but you really shouldn't be putting tap water in your mouth. You're meant to use bottled water to brush your teeth. I ignored this little pearl of fabulous advice in Bolivia and whilst I didn't feel at all ill it definitely seemed like my internal organs had liquidised and fallen out through my **** every time I sat on the bog. ...
... due to their fast, free internet connection. I was able to write a dozen emails and upload pictures to my blog while waiting for my lunch to be served. The free wi-fi there goes a long way to offsetting the excruciatingly slow service.
After lunch I spent time searching for something to put the white back into my undershirts. I hope it works. In the process, I also found the best supermarket in town. I don’t think it’s an accident that it ...
Onto Phase Two of the journey. Although the streets are still busy and the bartering is still prevalent, there's a rural feeling about being here in the hills compared to Delhi. I had an interesting time in Haridwar. Initially felt some serious misgivings about my decision to spend a night in this holy city, and was wishing I'd gone straight on the bus to Rishikesh. I'd booked a hotel in a location away from all the central action, which presented a big problem when I hadn't ...
... Sutra Neti is where you use string and you put it up one nostril and the string comes out the other nostril and then you pull it both sides to give the back of your nose a clean :) Its one of the Kriyas of yoga.
Then we did lots of breathing exercises (Pranayama) but the best bit was doing yoga laughter. We threw our hands in the air and laughed ...
... a giant Shiva statue on the Ganges and the sunset as a backdrop. A famous guru lead the ceremony as faithful followers and foreigners chanted the mantras emphatically. I can understand why hundreds if not thousands of westerns spend long periods of time in the spiritual city, taken by the religion and its teachings. Yet for some reason it still felt strange and contrived. I'm not criticizing, but am simply fascinated and curious how and why they come to such ...