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... it hasn't been spoilt by over-tourism. A definite must to see the full spectrum of what the area has to offer. I have really fallen in love with Rishikesh, it's such a peaceful and vibrant city all in one. Be warned though, some travellers may find the stray cats and dogs heart wrenching and it is not the cleanest of cities with cowpats galore! I know I will be back here. I have met many people who come back for long periods each year and one person said it was addictive! Come and see for ...
I had the best nights sleep and was so grateful to have the luxury of sleep in until 10 woken by a call to our room to let us know breakfast was ready and waiting for us in the downstairs cafe. Overlooking the river and mountain foot hills of the Himalayas in the morning with a cup of masala tea and fresh juice is my ideal way to start the day. There were some funny options for breakfast, such as pratha bread with curd dip and mint chutney, or samosas but we all opted for ...
... I have many areas in Europe I can visit now lol. Marta told me some great places for surfing in morroco. Alok just keeping bringing me chai tea and samosa. I was like right I wanna learn the tea secret. So I went across the road and sat with the girl who taught me how to boil etc. I wanted to get some stuff made so alok is like yeh I'll take you. So we jump on the back ...
... next morning I got up at 5AM, since I had to be at the busstation at 6AM to catch my bus to a town right in the middle between Pokhara and Sunauli, the border with India. The next day I was planning to take the bus from there to the border and then hop on a bus to Varanasi. Unfortunately I had to call the plan off. The bus drove for 40mins, and was stopped by villagers, there was a 'bandh' (=strike). Some rumours said it was because "some people had died the day before", but ...
... accidents - apart from a man falling off his motorbike and was quite hurt.
We went for dinner to a place that is highly recommended by Lonely planet! (God knows what year that version was written in - as the only thing that had character was the waiter - who was quite funny) , and we got our first secret naughty beer (its illegal to drink here also! I think!)
Well there is no beer on any menus, and everyone is only ...
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