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... Gangotri. He lived a very straightforward and simple life. He was born in a very rich family, but never took anything from his father except the basic necessities. After his father passed away, he took care of the property as a trustee and discharged his duties, educated his brother and finally handing over everything to him, went away to the Himalayas.
· After that, he never encouraged any correspondence from his family members though he was ...
... kms area.
There is no parking facility provided by Government. We had to park our car almost 1.5 kms away from the fall. There is so much of irregular construction around the lagoons and it is badly commercialized. Costume renting (unhygienic) business was mushrooming. People were doing every effort to pollute, shatter and deface this natural wonder. So disappointed.
Fall has good ...
... a tree to climb but we just freeze till the moment passes. We decide we have had too much for one day and we should go back to the camp!!
Cross the border back in to india and the change in culture is immediate after some agonising bus journeys we arrived in the hovel that is haldwani we stay one night and caught the next bus to jageshwar. Jageshwar is a nice little village in the hills very relaxing. Rob had his 2nd hair cut and lost most of it in ...
... before now because I was sick for the past week. Well, all the stars lined up for me to make the trip today: I had a great, filling breakfast of my new cereal. I was able to go to the toilet and empty myself first thing in the morning, which meant that I would not need to seek out a toilet during the day in Dehra Dun. (Such things are an issue when traveling in India. Finding a clean toilet away from one’s hotel is not something to be taken for ...
... in no mood to take no for an answer.
I have my theories about why there are so many rapes in India. Actually it’s not at all difficult to figure out: First of all, Indian society values male children over female ones. Sons are seen as a blessing; daughters as a burden. (Which they are, in fact, practically speaking, as women have to pay a dowry to get married rather than men, in contrast to how things work in Thailand, where female children are seen ...