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... d think he'd try and be a bit more subtle about it ay.
Right, this concludes the round up so far. I'm not dead, I still have a working sphincter muscle, I've got a train booked to Agra so I can go and gawp at the Taj Mahal because it's probably law to do that if you set foot in India or some **** and life, in general, is pretty ******* good.
... 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 ...
... or rather lack of) or the river is absolutely revolting and it comes in waves so just as you think your free of it, it comes back with a vengeance. There is also cows literally EVERYWHERE. There may even be more cows than humans and the vile things poo all over the place so it's a constant game of dodge the poo. Love that game.. when I'm winning. One thing that became clear instantly is that Rishikesh is a town for converted or wannabe hippies, them and the ...
... of sleep the night before and our inflated anxiety brought on by our horrific cabin mate. How wrong could we have been...
The town is dived into 2 main areas, the unattractive down town area and upstream around the Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula suspension bridges where the ashrams, restaurants and hotels are situated. Bridges are pedestrian only, leading onto the eastern side of the traffic free bank creating the famous Rishikesh 'spiritual centre'. We were positioned ...
... to Earth. Someone from the hotel had escorted us to this location and set up a place where we could do a puja. After the puja, one of the pujaris took us with him to the river bank to perform one of the 21 aartis that take place nightly. It was an amazing thing to be a part of, not to mention the sight of all the lights and fires. We had bought two banana leaf bowels with flowers and a candle inside to set afloat on the water. Another guy, not a pujari, "helped" us do ...