M J Residency
Travel Blogs from Dehradun
... time) to tackle a camping and rafting combo! We did both swallow a considerable amount of water so the next few hours will be a test of how strong our guts have become!
The company that we went with were called Red Chili Adventures and I would recommend them to anyone - really sound guys! And they had 2 safety kayaks following us at all times...they must've suspected we were a bit dodgy!
4Th may 2012 2:00am
Start writing on Friday Morning at shift end. tomorrow in dead morning we are (Anchal, Sunny and Me ) leaving for Rishikesh. We could have been 5 but at last we 3 are done for dun dana dun in Rishikesh.
Remaining part will be written as this trip start shaping up.
5th May 2012 01:58am
We are all set for our Rock-In Rishikesh Trip ..we 3, ARS , ready to grab all the fun ahead... ...
... now shared my bench meant for three, so I decided to move up to the top berth abandoned by the ugly, insolent man. And suddenly the world of the train changed. It felt like it did when you're a little kid and have found a secret hideout. No one looked up at us. No one bothered us. We were free to observe the chaos below free of the aggravation of actually being a part of it. We were free to talk and read. We could lay down or sit up. Sure the stink ...
... Well it seems that we humans are not alone in this knowledge. As soon as we stepped foot on the bridge, we caught the attention of one particular monkey who wouldn't take it's eyes off the aforementioned savored piece! Sure that he was about to pounce on my unsuspecting child, I grabbed it from her in a panic & gave it to our predator!
On the 2nd last day I managed to fit in an Ayurveda massage at our hotel. Nothing swish, but an hour & 10 ...
... at about 11 a.m. and slid into our nice long bench seat. We generally try to get on the train as early as possible to get our bags locked down and check that our reservation is confirmed on the computer print out that is glued to the outside of the train car.. This class of train car was easy and spacious, comfortable and generally safe. The people that sat around us tended to be more educated than those in the lower class car. I say this because ...
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