Hotel Hindusthan International Varanasi
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A very slow start to the day. Got to the dining room about 8am and found a few people from our tour still here. I think we will be the last to leave. Got some tips on where to find a market.
Our very attentive dining room waiter from yesterday totally ignored us today. Yesterday he was interrupting the conversation to ask if we wanted more …
Leisurely wake up this morning. Got to the dining room by about 8am, and still beat all our G fellow travellers. Had a VERY attentive waiter intent on rushing around and doing stuff for us. Black tea with lemon madam? No problem!! Would you like an omelette? Would you like toast? White bread or brown? Would you like me to change the flower …
Had an morning wake-up call for 4.30am. We made it to the foyer for 5am and scrambled into tuk tuks for the ride to the river. The guide had decided on local transport because the big tourist bus would have had trouble navigating the streets and getting us there on time. Riding in a tuk tuk in Varanasi was quite exhilarating, dodging cows (usually …
8am start to go to the place where Buddha attained enlightenment. There were numerous places to leave shoes, but our guide suggested we leave them at the first place because they would be more secure. As mentioned before, my poor feet do not like walking without shoes, particularly any distance and particularly on non-smooth surfaces.
... 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, ...