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... you google, "Varanasi lanes, old city" there might be something there. I got lost again but that's when I came upon a parade. I was video taping( I always keep mine to 30 seconds for the most part so as not to bore anyone) the leader pointed to the centre and made a little path, a lady grabbed my hand and we danced. It was pretty neat. Ill post the vid here if you didn't see on FB. I left for home feeling great about my day. I started down the street on a rickshaw but I ...
... we were forced to dice with death and walk down the middle of the road dodging oncoming vehicles and cows. Hundreds of wild dogs rummaged through rubbish at the side of the road and the fumes from the cars was almost unbearable. The sheer amount of characters I saw in such a short walk was astonishing. Tribes of men dressed in orange gowns with painted faces, and folk with an array of coloured turbans and impressive handlebar moustaches walked the streets along with ...
... the cooking boat has a sail. So we sit up on mattresses, under a shade and slowly pull out in the fast running current. It's fantastic and very relaxing after the hustle and bustle of the last few days. Lunch is un the boat stills running down the river. Always we hear the sound of Hindu temples, music and drums, we see people on the river banks the whole way down. At sunset we're finally pulling into our camp site, a huge sandbank in the centre of the river, we take our ...
... all over India to be cremated here and have done for hundreds/thousands of years. Varanasi is apparently the oldest civilization anywhere.. Again people were bathing in the water, singing, praying etc and it was stunning with the sun coming up, got some amazing pictures. The guide pointed out a boat with a green canopy and said that there was a small baby on the boat that they were " giving back" to the Ganges. We looked over and could see a tiny baby which had ...
... on which to sit on. Vishnu the owner then makes whatever tea you choose on his vast menu and then sits with you whist the disco lights flash around the tea signs overhead! It could only fit 6 people in at the most but luckily we had it t ourselves so we got to know Vishnu a little better - a nice young chap striving to make a successful business.
Varanasi has felt like a mixture of ...