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 …
... our computerised ticket to locate our carriage and seat numbers. It was quite a walk - about half a mile and I for one was grateful as I would have struggled to lug the case up and down platform stairs so the agreed 500 rupees (a large sum in these parts) for our porter’s service seemed worthwhile. But of course, in spite of agreeing this fixed price, the porter on arrival at our carriage and seats, then wanted more having spied a ...
... and villages. It was just stunning. We drank it in for a while and Danielle joined a group of girls who were doing sun salutations before we headed back down half of the stairs to a tiny store selling... have a guess... yeah, two minute noodles and chai. **** it, I thought. I'll have another bash at this chai thing, see if I can get myself to enjoy it more.
... rs. E assim seguiu minha rotina: bem hard core. As 9h da manhã tomávamos café da manhã. Justo né, porque se fosse as 5h da manhã seria ceia. E assim vai, aulas de Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra - paradinha pro almoço.....vegetariano e delicioso - mais aula de Anatomia, Filosofia.....e quando minha cabeça já estava uma bagunça de tanta informação e meu corpo exausto.....ainda faltavam quase 3h de aula de Ashtanga. Bem, pra quem conhece yoga sabe do que estou falando, e pra quem ...
My first project of this day was to get the photo of the motorcycle repair shop printed out and framed so I could bring it to the owner of the shop who unwittingly created such a magnificent subject for a photo. You should know by now where I go first if I need to get anything done. Yep, to Dr. Singhal’s shop.
Because labor is so cheap and plentiful in India, Dr. Singhal has two or three “errand boys” in his shop ...