Hotel Clarks Varanasi
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Varanasi
... out of the safety of Jacks bag and straight under the train into the vile depths below. It was very funny to hear Jack wail "the brollies!!" as we ran/pushed/heaved our way along the overcrowded platform whilst trying not to lose sight of each other. We mourned the very British brollies from the luxury of our air conditioned cabin in the train, and split a packet of Jim Jams to celebrate making it to our last Indian train journey. GB ...
... to find it but finally we found it. The bread was very nice but it could be much better filled with tomato, cucumber and salami as the slices were very thin. But afterwards we went to the Indian Blue Lassi Shop and here they made for us an unforgettable nice natural Lassi. It is all made fresh in a lassi-mixing-cauldron in front of you while you are waiting in a small room with wooden benches and walls are plastered with messages of happy ...
Walking around the grounds of the stupa *** and ruins was lovely, it was baking hot and getting soaked by a garden sprinklers was a happy accident.
A group of Oriental people were sat under a big teach listening to teachings from a group of Buddhist monks so we sat on a bench and watched. We had to stop ourselves laughing out loud when the naughty monks at the back were on their mobile phones.
We stepped outside to find the taxi driver ...
... river. Breaking the cycle allows the soul to get to Nirvana. According to Namdan this is different to heaven, however I didn't get to understand exactly why or how. If the cycle isn't broken, the soul has to go through the 6.4 million incarnations again until the next human form.
The west bank of the Ganges at this point was lined with grand buildings called ghats. They were built by rich Hindu families from all over India so that they had a residence they could use when ...
... a bit before everyone else. It was only 5:30am!
Garbage had been disposed recklessly everywhere on the floor; somehow this didn’t surprise me at all! This was the culture! Welcome to India! You either loved it or hated it!
We had two and a half hours left before arriving in Varanasi. ...