Hotel Ganga Azure
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What an important while I’d admit overwhelming experience to my senses and sensibilities to be traveling this way the first day I arrived in India. Even as exhausted as I was I kept my heart open and connected as I could sharing mints and toothpicks and offering snacks although there weren’t any takers for my odd mixture of dried fruit and raw crackers. I also received some super powerful spicy India version of mints from a ...
... with my fun. My breakfast consisted of a couple of slices of soggy toast, jam that was way too pink, and tea. I was a touch leary of food right now. Soon, we packed up. Time for rafting. I talked to my body and told it the plan. All else would have to be put on hold til later in the day. I packed up my backpack and put it in the jeep. The rafting was to end at Rishikesh so I would only have to grab my bag and hike home about twenty minutes. We made our way to the raft. Once again I ...
... beep beep from all the cars / buses and trucks - one of my clients - where are you? What is all that noise! lol this is India! And then fell asleep around 9pm India time to be woken up twice by people calling me from England by mistake not realising how ahead in time I am. But thats ok - as I want my phone on for my sick baby xxx who I hope it feeling better today.
Happy Diwali.......tomorrows update will be my Indian experience of Diwali xxx
Rishikesh (India). Sadhus and Yoga.
Rishikesh is well known for its connection to yoga. The area where most of the yoga action takes place, it is between two bridges over the Ganges, the Ramjhula and the Lakshmanjhula.
I drove to Rishikesh from Delhi, and decided to stay at the Parmath Niketan Ashram, because of its large garden with direct access to the Ganges. They are different room blocks and mine was the Ganga block. The floor ...
... lost bananas but I suggested that he let them have them and he could get more for 20 rs! Too bad we didn't catch it on video.
[John] Rishakesh has proven itself to be a great spot for Cathy and me to recharge our batteries. We are out of the city itself and in a small "suburb" (Ram Jula) with the Sanskriti being a stone's throw from the banks of the Ganges River. It's quite new, clean, has great food, and the people here are very friendly. What more would we ...
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