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... so that ****** on that idea, so I've had a bit of a wander around the place. Haridwar is a holy city, you're greeted as you enter from Rishikesh by a massive statue of Lord Shiva. I still don't know why there are so many statues of Shiva and not so many of the others. Maybe it just seems that way because he's the only one I recognise. From what I can ...
Note : Before reading the following tales please don't panic as we have safely arrived back to Haridwar!
It was time to leave the beautiful Himalayan landscape behind and attempt to reach the valleys.
Rain was falling as we departed Govingaht which resulted in a few obstacles for the journey to come. The road conditions were not just questionable but bordering on crazy and some what unpredictable.
... rules of being happy and one is to always say 'weee' as it's physically impossible to do so without smiling') ! For dinner we took a long walk over both bridges so we could see both sides of the river and the different shops, which took a good 40 minutes and we then got a Rickshaw (tuc tuc) up the hill to a restaurant called 'Nirvana bistro' which was a hut made out of bamboo, where the trees are growing through the ...
Rishikesh is a holy pilgrimage town, where alcohol and meat are strictly prohibited. It's beautifully located on the Ganga river and surrounded by green hills of the Himalaya. Although a popular traveller's spot, the whole atmosphere remains quiet and spiritual. There are hundreds of ...
... library, living room in the sprawling property was the height of luxury in Haridwar.
After some rest we relaxed at the swimming pool. Swimming Pool was very well maintained and we had a great time swimming
in infinity pool right on the bank of shallow and clean river Ganga. It
is a huge property with ...