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... in the market.I did not resist and had a stick of kulfi ice cream as I walked towards trolley that would carry us up to the Mansawachak temple. I asked someone what does this name mean 'Mansawachak', he said it is temple where if you visit,what ever wish you have within your mind manifests and comes true,that is what the name denotes too. So I entered the open trolley that took me in mid air exposing me to the wonderful Ganga view. Even though ...
... br> May 15th
A Day of Learning, What Am I Doing Here?
Today I felt like I wasn’t sure what my purpose was and I was often drifting aimlessly and sitting and soaking in without intention. There was aarti and a Ganga dip and yoga and breakfast and karma yoga which was all good and then I went on the internet and went into the wideness of the web and got a bit lost. At lunch I talked with Malea some and realized that I’m ...
... minutes of schlepping my heavy bags around looking for something better, I returned to the first hotel defeated – and willing to take the first room that I was shown. A young Russian fellow whom I had met at the hotel on my first pass told me that he had looked at many places himself and this one (Hotel Surya) was the best one he had seen.
Next on the agenda was to find lunch, as I was very hungry by this time. After asking a few travelers ...
When I first arrived in Rishikesh I'd slept through a six hour taxi journey from Delhi, and awoke to freezing cold temperatures at 7am! Shiver me timbers I was not prepared for that, I'd not so much as worn a pair of socks for months and having come from the high humidity of Varkala, the mountain chill was more than I'd bargained for. Walking across the Laxman Jhula bridge with the wind chilling my bones, I realise how soft I've become living in the southern hemisphere ...
... with some familiar people.
Lisa found a Reki course for two days which she really enjoyed and Andy gets the benefit of being practiced on! Andy hired a motorbike for the two days Lisa was busy and joined the Scots on a couple of explorations for some testosterone recharging. The area was mountainous which made for some great roads and amazing views as the river ran its course through gorges.
Ian knew of an Indian guy who was looking for European ...