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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 …
... is incredible, a warren hole of a city but incredible. You could spend days exploring the ghats, the streets and the people, that is if you can avoid the steaming piles of human faeces, the stinking rubbish and the endless touts. One morning we had organised a sunrise boat tour with a lovely man and all was going well until we looked back and saw a wall of black clouds moving towards us, a big, big storm and to our surprise our rower decided to head across the river to the other side, ...
... barely arrived that we could hear the deafening sound of the machines in the houses all around us ! We first learned how they made the designs of the saris, with metal plates in which they make holes for the motives. Then we witnessed the large machines and the hundreds of textiles rolls that make the industrial saris. Then and the most beautiful, the people making the hand made saris for the wealthy with gold and silver and can take up to a month or two to complete ! ...
... bit when I first laid eyes on them but they're proper little ****ers. No sock is safe from them. In fact nothing was safe. Bags, sandals, anything less than puppy height off the floor ended up covered in tiny teeth marks. Or dog ****. Whatever. But you'll forgive anything this damn cute, even when you walk into reception and step in ****.
I was staying in a tent on the roof because it was cheap and I'm a tight *******, but you still ...
... still people’s homes and businesses and at that time in the morning we had the chance to see lots of shops just opening up and people going about their lives. We of course also ran into quite a few cows along the way, just hanging out as they do all over India. Eventually we found ourselves in a busy section of shops and then we started to notice a lot of police and military people all around, mostly relaxing and sipping tea but looking like they were there ...