Haveli Hari Ganga
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... to shiver at the thought of a possible home in London resting in the future. My inner claustrophobe starts banging on its drum as I realise how small Rishikesh is and I wonder why I've committed to spending a month here when the whole of India is waiting to be explored, the sounds of the sandtimer counting down to my visa expiry are deafening!
I started yoga school the following day with Shivayogapeeth, a school registered with the Yoga Alliance that will ...
... feeling inside there.
Afternoon - Rishikesh
After returning from Neelkanth ..we went to the JBS our famous food hotel...and had our lunch there..then again went to the bank of Ganga..had rest and followed the same routine as we did first day..In the night we took our bus to Anand Vihar and reached our home peacefully :)
Thanks to Sunny Malhotra & Anchal Seth for making this trip so memorable :)
... I had to wait for half an hour; but 25 minutes later I was still told half an hour. Instead I resorted to asking the individual bus drivers and conductors, and finally I heard a shout of "Rishikesh!". An English couple soon boarded the bus as well so I was then doubly sure it was the right one.
I checked in at the High Bank Peasants' Cottage small hotel near the upstream riverside community of Laxman Jhula that is popular with ...
... and set off on the road that hugged the river. We didn't have any destination in mind so we just drove until our petrol was half gone and then turned around. The roads were really quiet and we only had to watch out for the odd monkey running out in front of us. We took it in turns driving so we could both take in the awesome scenery! I don't know if anyone has heard of Rishikesh before, but it's up in the hills, quite a spiritual place with loads of Ashrams (that you can stay in ...