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Travel Blogs from Mussoorie
... end of the trip – which is coming very soon.
In the late afternoon, Gregory and I wanted to go for a walk in the same area that we visited yesterday. As we were walking to the taxi stand, we saw a couple of Tibetan girls whom we had just met in the restaurant where we had lunch. They were going in the same direction that we were, so we let them share the taxi with us.
From the place the taxi dropped us off, we walked for another couple ...
... in Mussoorie for the holidays to visit his family. This aroused my suspicion because his English was not very good. When I asked him the name of the town in England where he was living, he said he didn’t know – that he couldn’t remember the name. Ha. Red flags at full staff! It didn’t take him long to reveal his ulterior motive: He claimed that his family runs a charity helping HIV and cancer victims, and would I like to make a contribution ...
... fault, isn’t it? If I hadn’t caught him, then he wouldn’t have lost face.
Feeling that I was getting over my diarrhea, I decided to have a meal at my former hotel. This had the added benefit of allowing me to use their free wi-fi internet, which I only knew about because I was a guest in that hotel for a week. So from now on, I will have my lunch there every day, availing myself of their free internet (which in Mussoorie costs 60 rupees ...
... for class or studying. There were definitely days when
it was nice to take a break and just go down to the Ganga river and take a dip
or relax on the beach. There were a few excursions to the Beatles Ashram which
is a pretty magical place. It’s being taken over by nature since it’s been
closed for so long. The incredible buildings have trees growing through them
with roots coming out and through the cement structures. There was one building
We felt we’d put in the hard yards that day and deserved a couple of cold ones to top off a brilliant day riding. Rishikesh is a dry town.
After catching up with crew from Manali, Chris, Ryuki and Hailey who’d all, unfortunately for them, come to Rishikesh the same time as us, we sorted out the closest bottle shop, just a "short" 30km ride. We were back on the rooftop terrace, wet bar in ...