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May 10th & 11th
Journey to India and up to Haridwar
The journey to India took a day and half from Budapest, although it felt just like one massive day with some blips of time taken out as I dozed in planes and trains. All went as planned luckily, which was a little surprising given I was really winging it. I arrived in Delhi at 5:30am after leaving Helsinki at 8:30pm, which was five hours after I landed from Geneva. I got ...
... looks like, the serene expression matched by the surroundings. Mother Ganges, the life line of north India, happily providing for her people, flows by, becalmed and benevolent. The fact is that thousands of people died and it will take years for the local people and businesses to breast stroke against the current and limp back into shape.
Rishikesh is about 240kms for New Delhi and 250kms downstream from Kedarnath, the ...
... exceptionally eager, thoughtful, kind, and a wicked good cook. His smile reminded me of Zander. After a curried-goat, chapati and whisky dinner we went out for a drive. We had hoped to join the poach patrol but they had already left. Oh, yes, Rajaji is a tiger, leopard, and elephant reserve. The next morning, Veersing came into my room at 7 am, turned the light on, and handed me a cup of chai. After eating last nights left overs we headed out into ...
... the recording sessions for the White Album. We became tongue tied trying to pronounce the proper name when asking for directions. Then one young man said, “Oh you mean the Beatles’ Ashram!” Yep! That’s the one!
The Beatles visited Rishikesh February, March and April 1968 to attend an advanced Transcendental Meditation training at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. I had scheduled an ...
... and despite the vicious rumours this high up in the Ganges at least the water seemed pretty clean. Standing under the waterfall it really felt as if we were just getting a strong shower, we certainly felt clean enough afterwards. Feeling surprisingly fresh we decided to walk back on the other side of the river figuring we would have a better chance of catching a tuktuk back on this side as we had seen none on our way out. Although there were no tuktuks to be seen ...