Sahi River View Guesthouse
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Very nice for the price you pay. Clean rooms, friendly staff, great location.
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... and beginning, similar to how a dancer moves instead of the drastic curtain drop and lights on that I was looking for. The reiki master moved all this negative energy down to my feet, and I could feel the weight of these blockages as my feet suddenly felt heavier. He then opened the window and in three returns he grabbed the negativity and threw it out the window, ensuring to wipe himself clean on the last time. He then told me to not take a shower until at least 10pm ...
... various villages and family names. It is here that the people gather to wash their bodies and souls in the water, where they gather to pray and chant, and even more importantly where they bring their loved ones as a final resting place. The religion and belief system of the Hindu people and this river is unfathomable. It is just as important as the blood coursing through their veins. It truly is a place hard to describe in words as a million emotions pulse through ...
... We also learnt that you don’t have to be able to sing to play, the teacher was so out of tune shouting do re mi to the music (bit like marts on the ukelele :)).
On the way back Shelly also decided to go for an impromptu haircut, pics below at a bargain price of 40p! A good experience all round.
There isn’t much any night life in Varanasi as there is no alcohol (supposedly) and the power turns off for a few hours at certain times of ...
... to the river anyways.
We kept on walking along the Ganges when a light rain started. We figured that it would be fine so we just kept on walking. How bad could it be? We went in direction to the Old city to see the Vishwanath Temple or Golden Temple, but there was at least a 5km waiting line to get in. This was because it was Shiva Day. Even if it was raining people just put some plastic bags on top of their heads and kept on queuing! Since our devotion to Shiva was not so ...
... and gave two famous discourses. This is also where Sariputra gained enlightenment. It required a long walk up a a rock stairway. With sweeping views of the valley and a soft breeze, it was a fine place to meditate and the top of the ...