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... women trading off lying down on the benches and once the train was called in a very proper British voice it was usually a group of women who were all going together with the directly of an elder mother/grandmother. There was one elder mother (probably in her 50s) sitting near me who started a conversation with me in pretty good English, she became a priceless guide waking me up as our train was called to go down to the platform and then wait again. I sat on the ...
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... ever. Amazing! And, I owe it to Apu, for sending me to him, and to Rajeev, my incredibly knowledgeable, profoundly passionate, and jolly host and guide. I have to admit I'd been reluctant about coming to Haridwar, but I ended up having a completely different experience that I expected. It had nothing to do with the holy city and the Ganges. It was ask about the park and wildlife. It was amazing experiencing the park through someone who knows it so ...
... and then I asked for a bin to put it in, she said don't you want to keep it! Errr no, not after it has been manhandled and I've poked the cotton wool bit out of the applicator bit!
Finally get to Delhi (it was nice flying over India in the daytime - as we were below cloud cover - so you could see the slums in Mumbai (Not that, that was nice!) and you could see how far the river Ganges went all through India - and then ...
... inversion poses. We had the afternoon off, so I went off with a couple of friends just to explore Rishikesh. We stopped at a Hindu temple and climbed to the top…ringing the bells all the way up. Had lunch at a cute little café overlooking the Ganges River. On the way out, I saw a sign for Ramana’s Garden that says “5min walk”. We take the little path past a waterfall and through what looks like ...