- Shuttle bus service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGanga Lahari Haridwar
This is just an ok hotel as far as quality is concerned. What makes it a good hotel is it's location on the Ganga River. There is total chaos when you walk out the front door, but that is part of the attraction.
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... memorable. For other travelers, i recommend HRR services. I found them one of the very few service providers who make a professional accompany the raft in Kayak.
Thanks Teku, Prabhu, Ganesh, Duglas for those 3 hours memories to carry for our life time
If you are rafting in summers, drink lots of water.
After rafting, we went to Rishikesh in search of good food. We went to lakshman Zula. It was painful to know ...
... trip. You can still see the meditation pods, temples and buildings and get a strong sense of how it must have been when they were there. It's quite an eerie place with almost a magical feel about it, in a forest with a beautiful view of the River Ganges and the Himalayas.
Conscious that this entry has become a little long, but I must include one more experience from this week. Over the past couple of years I've developed a keen interest in astrology and have ...
... 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 ...
... that they would not take too much away from the zen atmosphere of the place renowned as a spiritual hang out that inspired the Beatles' White Album. Boy were we wrong!
While you can still see the traces of the small, peaceful town that Rishikesh had once been, those traces are quickly being swallowed up by the hustle and bustle created by commercially-minded Ashrams, painfully self-aware foreign backpackers and South ...
... of Indian guys standing around on the platform what was going on and apparently Mr Tubby wanted to make a formal complaint about the a/c having broken down in our carriage (I did think that it had got warmer) and the railway officials had some issue with this. This then delayed the train's departure from the station which may explain why other people got irate as well. But talk about making a mountain out of a molehill! In any case, we were re-assigned seats in ...