Rishikesh is the city in India considered as the capital of yoga and that was one of the reasons why I decided to visit it. Here I tell you how my travel experience was:
Go to Rishikesh It has been another odyssey.
A line bus took us from Kasol to Bhuntar. In the same population of Bhuntar We had a hard time finding the bus station where we had to take another Haridwar direction.
After taking countless laps around the town loaded with our heavy backpacks on our backs and, after being redirected several times by the locals, we arrived at a dusty plain that served as a bus station.
We had finally managed to get to Haridwar, and quickly - this time without so many complications - we found the bus station where we were waiting for a last coach to reach Rishikesh.
The vehicle was almost full, just like the trunk.
The driver, an Indian with a long and huge beard turbanHe refused to help us place the backpacks on the roof of the coach. So a boy Israeli and I, without hesitation, climbed to the top and picked up the launches of the packages that other passengers hoped to accommodate in some way.
After a good sweat, the backpacks were ready to start the march.
The driver, apparently, in addition to that very long beard and that huge turban, had a special taste for speed, so we covered the journey from Haridwar to Rishikesh in record time, and with some shock that another (I had never seen advance in such a way)
Anyway, we're already in Rishikesh, in a Hotel quite cozy, with bathroom in the room (a luxury and a wonder)
Tomorrow at 9 in the morning, our first class of yoga.