Hotel Green View
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Nice simple rooms, with enough comodities like hot water, a cupboard, un little table and nice staff.
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So it's 5:30am and I'm at the bus station in Rishikesh. Other than that, I'm not sure exactly where exactly I am, nor do I know where I'm going or where I'm going to stay. There's really no one around other than a few locals left over from the bus and some taxi drivers waiting outside the bus for tourists just like me. Taxi? taxi? Avoiding them, I …
... A large group of teenagers made their way to the beach and although I had almost expected that they would stare and ask for photos, there was a part of me that felt very uncomfortable and with Martina feeling the same, we promptly left the beach and headed back to the ashram. This would not be my last experience of this situation and I know deep down that there was nothing untoward about their curiosity, I just couldn't shake an uneasy feeling about it all. FYI - at this ...
... the style Modi the Indian prime minister favours) and also a big bag of fireworks which were laid out in the street being sold by an Indian family.
Back at our camp, we opened our eyes from the evening meditation session and where before had been light from the setting sun was now replaced by the dark of night, and the illumination of many many candles which the staff had set up all around our camp. The night was cool and still and the candles lit up the ...
... outside of Haridwar which was where the train was dropping us and I wanted to get to Rishikesh, but by the time the train rolled in two hours behind schedule it was late and dark and I decided to accept their invitation to stay with them like they'd decided to trust this complete stranger they'd just met on a train.
I'm so glad I did, it's only day four and ...
... Netherlands as they are so different to anything he would of had in Indian. Poor guy looked so nervous as he tasted all the different things. With my iPod plugged in, the 6 and a half hours trickled along and just as I was feeling quite restless we saw the signs for Rishikesh appear, right on cue! We are staying at Ganesh Hotel, set high up on the bank side of the River Ganges with the Himalayas further in the distance, quite a view to take in from your balcony! ...