Sandhya Guest House
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So we arrived in the ancient holy city of Varanasi. Varanasi is an incredible important city for the India's and it has the holy river the Ganges flowing through it. To the India's if you die in Varanasi you are cleansed of your sins and many old people travel here to do exactly that, die. They also have a ritual where bodies are burnt on the river …
... it was my height (El, I can only imagine the stir you caused) more often than not I was two heads taller than even the tallest men. As we walked in the streets the children were excited by the sight of a foreigner, the women sometimes too...the men, more intrigued as many took great pleasure in giving an intimidating wink and taking a less than subtle photo.
India is undoubtedly the most confronting country I ...
... In the afternoon we hunted down 'Blue Lassi' a famous lassi shop. To get there we got a cycle rickshaw which a very old man was driving. Me and pearl felt so bad as he huffed and puffed up a hill with us two sitting sitting like queens on the back. We both felt awful as he nearly keeled over so bought him a lassi which he seemed pleased with. I found it very surreal that as I was drinking my lassi people were carrying dead bodies on stretchers covered in a colourful sheet ...
... tourists comment, "You can 'do' Varanasi in like a day and a half." Or, "I've been here for four days and I still don't understand this place." With that little time, no wonder they can't understand it. You need a lot of time to let Varanasi marinate in your consciousness. Amanda was here this time for two and a half weeks. That feels like a good start... Catherine and Amanda didn't plan ahead to meet up during this trip. It was a coincidence like it was five years ago - ...
... his liking. We were given the impression that the male is allowed to do the choosing but the female needs to go along with the decision made.
Wondering along the ghats of the Ganges allowed us to see the bustle of Varanasi and everyday living. We witnessed this during the day and we also took a boat at sunrise. In the Ganges local people have a bath, do their laundry, go for a swim and pray. People are not the ...