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... in India is being constantly thirsty, I can drink litres of water and not quench my thirst but the sugarcane seemed to do the trick. Back at the guesthouse I freshened up with a shower and promptly fell asleep for a few hours. After my midday nap I went back to the sugarcane guy who had said to come back and try his veg biryani after 1pm. It was my first biryani in India and it was really good. All the practice back home with spicy food has paid off as I'm yet to ...
... me to see the inside of an Indian’s home. When I do finally get to visit his home, I’ll take some pictures of it and post them on my blog.
The rest of the time I spent with Dr. Singhal was spent getting to know about his life. He (38 years old and I just found out that when he went to Dehradun a few days ago to see a movie with his wife, it was his birthday) lives in a big, 150-year old house above his shop with his wife (age ...
We met a nice couple from London. We went on a jungle safari and they decided to join us, with A driver/guide.
It was so awesome. This wildlife refuge is enormous. We saw wild elephants, monkeys, wild boar, peacocks, herds of deer numbering in the hundreds, and Indian elk. They often see leopards and tigers, but a natural ...
... first three weeks so I enjoy the beautiful sun and beach during the fourth and final week in between classes and a few tests. I know there is so much more for me to learn and this adventure only marks a milestone in my yoga journey.
I am excited to see Rob and continue our adventures together. He left Santiago on Valentines Day and arrived Sunday in time to see me get my certificate, and meet all my teachers. Best Valentine Ever!
... the people on my bus. I was looking for an accident, perhaps a truck in the ditch next to the road (we were already out of the mountains), until Bed pointed to the woods next to the road and shouted "Look, Rhino!". A unexpected moment, as I was not planning to go on a safari today. Apparently the rhino had escaped from the Chitwan National Park and was behaving undisturbed as policemen were blowing their whistles trying to scare the rhino into the direction of the park, ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Green View Rishikesh
Nice simple rooms, with enough comodities like hot water, a cupboard, un little table and nice staff.
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