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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 ...
... when I have diarrhea in India.
Rishikesh, Wednesday, 12 March, 2014
Woke up feeling MUCH better today, due in large part to the anti-biotics I’m taking, as well as the massive amount of sleep I got. The result was that I finally felt like cleaning up the mess that my room had become. Basically I had unpacked everything I had, but the room has no place to hang or otherwise store anything, so I had just put stuff everywhere. In the end, my ...
... in all the chaos too. We met with the other two hotel guests back down the hill at Har-ki Pairi Ghat, and joined them for an Indian breakfast at a squashy eatery that I never would have picked, but the crowded tables inside indicated a good choice. The men selected a meal and lassi for me, and even shouted the meal. They were very bemused about the idea of a girl travelling alone in a foreign country. Again, I felt happy to be experiencing Haridwar with this group of generous ...
... us. I had no idea that I arrived during the celebration of Pujya Swami Chidanand Sarawati’s 60th birthday (who counts the Dalai Lama as a colleague) where he and dozens of spiritual leaders are asking their millions of followers to join in serving the Mother Ganga and protecting her for India’s future.Through his ashram, Parmarth Niketan, Swami Sarawati has started a non-profit called Ganga Action Parivar. The ...
... so we just went ahead anyway. (we ended up using blankets and borrowing mats, so things figured themselves out...but we sure felt like idiots explaining that we were training to be teachers and forgot our mats. Like, "Yeah, I'm here for the avalanche workshop, but I forgot ALL of my safety gear and my skis! I guess the Brahama Muhurta was more conducive to my soul and less my brain function.)
After attempting to uncoil ...