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It was my intention to get out of Gorakhpur early in the morning. The breaking news of a missing Air Asia plane over Indonesia derailed my plans alittle bit. The mysterious news kept the suspense on the edge with no new information from the authorities. After milling a little longer at breakfast, it was time to make my way to …
... gawp at ? Answer - nothing, that's what. The zoo is run by Buddhist monks and we all know they wouldn't hurt a fly but I don't want to see crocs in small tanks and I don't want to see rabbits in a cage with a welding machine for company. No straw, hutch, hiding place. All it needs is a bit of attention and it would be fine. These captive animals can't survive in the wild, but they should be looked after in captivity. More importantly not replaced when they die and start getting ...
... of the one divine spirit in the universe. I do not believe that the vast majority of practicing Hindus believe this. It is certainly polytheistic, with different gods serving very different purposes and having very different aspects. It is a complicated religion, and an ancient one, and its practices are complex. But they are not monotheistic by any stretch of the imagination. Gods are everywhere in Varanasi, and there is a kind of unquestioning ...
... and drinking tea.
Down by the river wooden boats got overloaded with locals and disappeared into the fog.
Our room was ready about 1300 so we got a much needed shower and sort out. A flick through LP gave us the idea of doing a walking tour. The company suggested in LP was no4 on TripAdvisor, we went with no1.
We went to meet Nandan, our guide, on the riverfront. He described himself as wearing a brown jacket, blue jeans and black thick rimmed glasses. ...
... dogs, cows, rats and a small funeral procession.
We were able to visit the Golden Temple, but were not able to go inside because we are not Hindu. It was narrow and very crowded, and we were thoroughly frisked before going in. We could see many spires, but only one large one was made of over 800 kgs of gold.
We had a short demo of the essential oils while sipping tea from the shop that looked after our bags, but we did not purchase anything. I still ...