Rishikesh in the North of India is often referred to as the home of yoga and is renown for authentic ashrams and is a spiritual mecca for many. When traveling to Rishikesh you have a wide choice of ashrams, yoga schools, guest houses and hotels to choose from depending on the kind of experience you want when traveling to Rishikesh. It is not all yoga though, nestled deep in a valley along the River Ganges Rishikesh has a great deal to choose from and offers physical, spiritual pursuits and entertainment and limitless forms.
Crossing the Ganga on the footbridge near Laxman Jhula
Crown watching the Aarti ceremony on the steps of Parmath Niketan Ashram
Walking the quiet and peaceful streets behind Rham Jhula
I am an Australian woman that has been fortunate to travel extensively throughout my life and I am continuing in this endeavor. I grew up in a small country town on the River Murray in South Australia and studied Graphic Design at the University of South Australia in Adelaide.
Since my graduation in 1998 I have lived in the United States, New Zealand, Canada, and Indonesia, as well as the tropical untamed and wild north of Australia in Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Until recently I worked in sales, media, marketing, and advertising. It was good fun, with great people and I learned a lot. I now hold a firm belief that the regular working week most of us know has a short lifespan. For many years I only just managed to satisfy my love for travel with my allocated annual leave allowance.
Now I have discovered the delight and pleasure in capturing and sharing my journeys. I hope you enjoy what I write, witness and watch.
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