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... she was looking South. It didn't take too long for the penny to drop and realise in the Northern hemisphere the sun travels East to West on the South side. Having sorted that little issue out we stopped and appreciated what we were looking at. The Himalayas are of course impressive. We were looking at the Himalayas as a back drop to the mountain range in front of us. They were incredibly high and totally snow covered. They are awe inspiring and you gain ...
... next thing you know, they have a local “boyfriend”. Of course this boyfriend needs help setting up the website for his business; opening his restaurant; opening a yoga school. The girls don’t have a lot of money, but, being in love, they put in what they can. Then they go home and work to get more money so that they can come back next year and help their “boyfriend”.
While they are at home working to finance their Indian ...
... It's just the Ganga, mountains and me. I can sit and stare endlessly at the mountains. They invoke such inner peace.
Today I decided to venture out across the bridge and buy a few things. I found a shop selling products made by Tibetan refugees., run by a lovely Tibetan couple. They were so sweet and shanti. I stayed in their shop for quite some time and had tea with them. It was a little abode of peace. In the evening I was sitting in my room ...
... at this story - " Is it ? Oh god .. what can it be ?"
Before the talks cuould have taken more matured delibaration the car took a left turn and Lo & behold we were at " THE HIMALYAN TORCH BEARER"
The huge gate was open and there was a big LaB...tied at the gate.
It was barking to call the people - to come and see.
We loved the place - it ...
... to the noise, so despite the pilgrims proceeding past my windowless window until as late as 3 am each night, I slept very well.
The ashram in which I stayed was somewhat defunct. Apparently the swami that used to run it decided to run off to America several years back, so the place was more like a glorified hostel. At a mere $3 per night including 2 yoga lessons per day, the place suited me just fine.
I now understand why they call Rishikesh ...