Hare Rama Guest House
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... they are coming to Melbourne in December and would like to meet up with us, so that will be a hoot. They were going off for a religious ceremony that went through the night until 3 or 4 in the morning or some stupid thing. These people with such intelligence and such education and such experience of the world and they are still totally into Buddhism and all this jingoism. I don't get it. Tomorrow we fly to Khajuraho. City of Temples. I am ...
Slept in a bit as today was our last night in Varanasi and we had a night sleeper train to Kolkata. We packed up our stuff and checked out of our room. The hostel gave us a place that we could store our bags till we were ready to leave the city that night. Today we were going to go to a few temples along with a sunset boat ride. We left for he temples around elevenish. We went to the Vishwanath Mandir first. There are two in Varanasi the better one being on the ...
... saris. We went to a family home where this lovely lady transferred silk thread finer than hair from a big spool to smaller ones. Her whole family, Minka and I crammed in to the smallest room and sat on the floor. They wouldn't let us leave without drinking some chai tea they brought out in a plastic bag. Sweet but nice. The man of the house was so proud of his family. He introduced us to every single person. You could tell they were all happy to live ...
... and cows, and all of this in quantities that make you wonder if you'd had enough vaccinations before you left your country.
The train ride there was ******* weird though, the whole coach was full of foreigners. Anyone who's ever caught a sleeper class train in India will know that never happens, like, ever, but it was kinda nice to be able to sip my chai without listening to the standard morning chorus of 70 people loudly clearing the ...
... where 2 rivers meet the Ganges. Most of our carriage got out here and we took advantage of the long wait to order some chai from the refreshment booth.Most welcome after a fitful night. Our guide found that the passenger in the bunk below him had borrowed his flip flops instead of putting on his own shoes in the semi darkness and had first wandered off to get some tea and then when the train started had gone to chat to a pal in another carriage. The porter had to be sent to demand ...