Travel Blogs from Ranikhet
... with no further plans till then. On the way to Rishikesh, ...
... Even if someone wasn’t interested in
yoga I would highly recommend taking this course just to have a better
understanding of human nature and most importantly; the path to self
realization (our life’s purpose). Since I’ve been practicing Reiki for several
years now I’ve also become very interested in chakras and energy and I was surprised
to see such scientific backup for how everything is connected. For me this
course was more about ...
... lui-même: 6 heures – 12 kms dans les montagnes autour de Sari le 2ème jour. Le 3ème jour, nous allons à Chopta pour 6 heures de marche – 10 kms à braver le froid, la neige et l’altitude. Nous finissons à 3800 mètres au temple de Chopta avant de redescendre pour profiter de notre dernier feu de bois dans les montagnes.
4 jours magnifiques : paysages somptueux et aperçu de la vie himalayenne.
... the wedding will happen and start this crazy Disneyland main-street parade of lights thing that goes the distance from where they start until they get to the Bride's location. The parade includes the groom (sometimes on a horse*** sometimes on some lite-up cart pulled by a horse sometimes on a crazy lite-up magical golf cart). In front of the groom is a music cart that blares ...
... down. It's really tasty. Like everything over there- spicy and sweet.
After that we got back to the office finished up some emails, checked on some projects* and then jumped in the car to head to Ranikhet. This was only a 9 hour drive.
We broke up the monotony of the drive by playing games and stopping for dinner at a roadside food hut. These places are like a three sided basement. It's a concrete structure, usually with two "bays". On the way ...