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... freezing as it is glacier water. The current is also surprisingly strong so you must hold on to ropes for safety! Then we went to yoga & learned some new difficult positions! We then went for dinner at the Little Buddah Cafe with a group of friends, many of which are doing their yoga teacher training course - a common activity in ...
... of India that has surprised me the most
is that there are really not many international tourists, and therefore, we
attract a great deal of attention at times, particularly the ladies in our
entourage whom have fair skin and blonde hair. In big crowds, such as the one
in Haridwar, we were constantly asked to take pictures with random families. We
always refused, however, since accepting to take these pictures often leads to
the inevitable hassling about ...
... rule of clothes washing by putting my white undershirts in the same bucket as my new green travel towel. The towel ran and my undershirts, even though they were technically clean, came out looking dirtier than they had been before I washed them.
After washing my clothes, I took a long walk to Ram Jhula, the next town/bridge up the river, as suggested by the Aussie women last night. The place was much quieter than where I’m staying, but the trade-off ...
... on my bed in all it's glory. I smiled, grateful and fell back asleep.
**to all those who may read this and be concerned about my well being....know that every day I am getting stronger...this is why I am here xo
Before my complete crash a few days back I had been enjoying getting up at 6 am. Hiking down the hill. Over rocks. I had found a secluded spot by some big rocks with clean white sand. Dipped my feet in the Ganga. Washed my face and hands. ...
... cushions and lay down seats. We stay for hours, drinking chai, eating and smoking. We laugh and chat. It feels super. No pressure lies on my trip it seems, now. I know I have a few days left and I just absorb this and accept and embrace any opportunity that presents itself. We move on only to another cafe only to laugh and chat more. One of the funniest moments for me in India occurs. I order Hot and Sour soup. And on arrival of my chosen dish, the ...
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