Hotel Ganga Azure
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... 10 minutes through the amazing Moti Market to the hotel right on the Ganges, at Dhobi Ghat, at the southern end of the Har-ki-Pauri.
Har-ki-Pauri is probably the holiest part of Haridwar. This is where all the action is. Most of the temples, shopping, eateries and dharmashalas (guest houses) are located along the western bank of the Ganges. A few hotels as well. The swift waters ...
... was ****** off (like I was with the French mataji) that they would tell me what is best for me like they know. I felt again like a small child and realize that I put myself in this vulnerable position and received more than I needed or wanted. I can put up a boundary in this place to protect myself and say I know even if I don’t know from a perspective of what’s right and wrong.
Actually I want to let go of this part of me that thinks it ...
... 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 ...
... midnight there,but he was sleeping :(
And I fully intend to go back and write in all my days - so I will just talk about today.
Today was Osho Laughter meditation (mystic rose) so at 8:45am I was at my meditation class. By the way Swarmi Prem Viren is an amazing Meditation teacher.
So 20 mins of laughing......do you know how hard it is to make yourself laugh. When ...
... an arm work out, and a quick shower, we headed to the first (and larger) suspension bridge for evening Aarti, a Hindu ritual. We missed most of it, but enjoyed sitting by the water. Per custom, I lit a candle and released it on the Ganga.
After roughly 4 hours of sleep, we woke up at 430am and set off on our next adventure. A small car took us up, and up, and up in pitch black on a windy and unpaved road to a temple on the top of a mountain. My ...