Ramee Guestline Dadar Hotel
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... with hundreds of other travellers we watch the ceremonies in the ghats. Drawn by the beauty and spectacle of the bathers we are caught by surprise at the sight of a young boy rowing past in a roughshod boat while watching television, which was propped on the seat in front of him. Aside from the question of how he is powering this television in the middle of a river the sight was so ridiculous while making perfect sense. Heading back to our hotel after watching a ...
I made a mistake in my last blog.... I wrote that I was in Lucknow and should soon be in Varanasi. I was a bit before the gun and it came back to bite me in the ****! When I left Rishikesh I thought I would be able to take a bus to Haridwar and then from there either a direct bus or train to Varanasi. Easy - that's what the internet told me. When I got to the ticket booth in Haridwar I was told that the best option was a bus to Lucknow in 3 hours (that would arrive at 3am) ...
... you 100 rupee ". He laughs realising we are just having a joke. The ride to the hotel is nearly an hour and there is NO traffic. What is amazing is there are traffics lights, sometimes the driver follows the lights other times it is straight through the red. Not sure what the rules are. We check-in to Hotel Suba Palace, in need of food we immediately dump bags and head to the streets. We head towards the "Gateway of India" and realised this was far far ...
... tried their best to make me feel less guilty. But as a person who prides herself on her organisation skills and not needing to rely on the help of others to feel so incompetent and guilty over them is damned frustrating ... I blame vodaphone. Anyway, visiting the school and staying with Megha and her mother was lovely and they let me have a long awaited parental Skype and all was great. Then day two things got even more confusing - I'm still ...
It is a journey of self discovery.
Through my travel which started in New York, and so far has taken me to Lima, La Paz and Cochabamba, I hope to discover my own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats and by the end of it have become a rejuvenated, refreshed and re-energised version of myself. I hope to learn from everything and everyone I encounter and to be lucky enough to contribute in whatever way I can ...