Hotel Clarks Varanasi
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... nature to see. Shots of boats actually were better than shots of buildings.
Some people were bathing. Laundry was being dried on later ghat steps. Curiosity was the general feeling. I did my own thing, usually too far afield to hear Anuj ramble on.
We came to Harish Chandra Ghat, the secondary cremation site. No photography is stated in all guidebooks. Anuj had said no photographs several times. The mere concept of respect would suggest the same. Throw in for good ...
... The Lassi shop we went to also had Bang Lassi available , which is a yoghurt drink w a sprinkling of weed. Hence the 'bang'. By the time our train rolled in, we were all rather content with life, a little sleepy and very hungry! Turns out the Bang Lassi took a while to take affect, I read the same page in my book 3 times before I looked up to see fi and Jed were in the same state. We were in A/C sleeper, folded out our beds and were dead to the world until our 6am wake up ...
... entirely fair, and what would it take for us to loosen the immigration officers grasp long enough to pop a stamp in our passports….I mean the computer network wasn’t working so how could they have passed. Perhaps it was just hunger and tiredness setting in. Most likely. For now we watched the chaos of the border town fly by in front of us, I wanted to take a hundred pictures of the trucks loaded with trade good for Nepal, vegetable sellers ...
... that are bound for Tibet from His Holiness have been given to Amanda by our mutual monk friend at His Holiness' temple in McLeod and we eventually made it to Sarnath, the place where the Buddha first preached the Four Noble Truths. Now there is a Tibetan University there where the nephew of our monk friend lives and works and we stayed with him the first night in the heat of the Indian plains. The next day we made our way to the sites where supposedly the Buddha preached ...
... dhus often wear saffron-coloured clothing, symbolising their sanyāsa (renunciation). This way of life is open ...