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Travel Blogs from Haridwar
... different types of street food. Again the litter, dust, dirt and flies are omnipresent but gradually I think, I am getting used to it. We head out to Rishikesh a town at the foot of the Himalayas, about 1 hour out of Haridwar. It's the place the Beatles came to in the 1960s to stay with their guru, the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It is a stunning setting with the mountains and the river flowing rapidly through the town. ...
... at 10 in the morning.
We all commented later that it was probably the first time we had ever had a
huge dance party with color in the morning totally sober- but when in India…
The staff then took
us on a river rafting trip on the Ganges river. We had to walk through the
streets and cross the Ram Jula to get to the trucks and had more experience
with Holi. It was so much fun to walk through the streets and shout out Happy
Holi to anyone we passed ...
... to have pictures taken with us and often the parents will hand over their babies for the picture. Mmmmmm. Liam must feel like a rock star as we often get stopped so people can take pictures with us and shake our hands. Yesterday an Indian Tae Kwon Do team took turns taking pictures with us and shaking our hands.nj
Liam seems to really have a soft spot for the dogs who are so thin and often have deformities which are probably from someone kicking ...
... me as a person. It really has opened my eyes to the world and shown me that my post grad life does not need to be confined to a desk job and that I don’t have to figure everything out this very second. I have learned so much from this journey and hope I can express it all within the next entry to put in writing this incredible feeling that is inside of me.
Dad is waiting outside and we are off to enjoy our last Indian or Tibetan meal. I truly will miss ...
... makes a crazy rhythm that is quite seductive however, after you've been to a few in many different cities the realisation that these are not tourist markets soon sets in. Quickly follows the acceptance that you are in Tescos, watching people buying their Hovis and McCain oven chips absorbs you and the stench of urine, massage of the flys, danger of the multi use foot/cycle/motor vehicle path is all too obvious. Still fun ...