Hotel Hindusthan International Varanasi
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... we will try out in the morning. Yesterday there was an earthquake in Afghanistan, the effects of which were felt in a minor way in Delhi. More seriously there is currently a dispute between India and Nepal that has closed border trade on which Nepal is totally dependent, including fuel. So this is affecting our stay and we can no longer visit the birthplace of the Buddha, Lumbini, because it is closed to foreigners. Nothing else has been cancelled, ...
... you think about the things you take for granted at home.Today our only mandatory activity was meeting on time to get to the train. And we did not have to meet for that until 3:30pm. We had done pretty much all there was to do here, so Jaime and I were very excited to sleep in. Well, that didn't happen. 6:30am and we were both wide awake. We tried to get back to sleep, but no luck. We finally went downstairs and ...
... maze of streets to a stall selling fresh uttapam (a pan-fried cheesy, pancake-y, spicy delicacy) which Anna had requested for breakfast. We spent the rest of that day at Sarnath, about 20km outside Varanasi, where the Buddha is said to have preached his first sermon. Over the years the temples and shrines that were built to mark this spot have been pulled down by various rulers but new ones go up in ...
... ass camera on top... Do I look like a tourist ?? Absolutely !! It's always been very difficult to hide since I've been bringing my tripod along in my many travels the last few years ! But if that wouldn't be the case, my Boston Red Sox hat would do the trick anyway ;-). The train arrived surprisingly on time --> Indian railway 1 - SNCB 0. And we got our seat numbers : number 3, I can already sense that this is not good.. And indeed it is not ! I'm on the third bunk up ...
... lots of stalky photos of people just getting on with their **** in a way that fascinates us foreign types. I love the ghats, they're so alive and colourful. Everywhere you look there's something going on; ceremonies, bathing, boat fixing, laundry. Not that I'd have my laundry done in Varanasi, you'd put your hand in your pockets and find someone's finger or something. There are chai wallahs and barbers, sadhus and beggers. There's ...