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Ah Rishikesh.  The Land of the Saints.  How I miss you.  I will be back.  But until then, I’ll look at my pictures.

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Post at Your Own Risk

Power polls were the choice vehicle on which to post signs for various businesses and services.

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I’m totally going to stay at the Hotel Nirvana Palace. We became friends with the owner and his family and they rock.
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We ate at Vedangas during our cleanse. All we could have was soup. It was the best tasting soup ever. And then we ate the day after the cleanse was over. And we ate too much. And I ate yak cheese lasagna. And it was amazing. And I paid for it later. Soni essentially saved my life from that experience.

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Or trees.

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Or just the wall.

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Enter at Your Own Risk

One of the coolest experiences we had (besides white water rafting in Mother Ganga – that was cool AND cold) was getting to go into the abandoned ashram where the Beatles stayed when they were in Rishikesh.

This is the entrance to the ashram.  Like I said, it's abandoned, but for a small fee you can get in with the guy who has the key to the lock on the gate.  It's his lock, by the way.
This is the entrance to the ashram. Like I said, it’s abandoned, but for a small fee you can get in with the guy who has the key to the lock on the gate. It’s his lock, by the way.
This is what is known as the Beatles Cathedral.  Some fans who wanted to pay homage to the group broke into the abandoned ashram and began painting all over the walls of the gathering hall.  They eventually got kick out for being there too long, but the paintings remain.  It was super cool.
This is what is known as the Beatles Cathedral. Some fans who wanted to pay homage to the group broke into the abandoned ashram and began painting all over the walls of the gathering hall. They eventually got kicked out for being there too long, but the paintings remain. It was super cool.

 

Namaste.

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