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... to use the restroom and couldn't fall back asleep. The restrooms on the train were ok Just super smelly, so again it was nice to arrive at our hotel. We didn't have time to actually nap, just freshen up.
We then met our group for an early morning tour of the city. Our hotel is just a few blocks away from the River Ganges, so we walked down the road to the Holy River. We walked along the ghats and saw many people bathing in the river. This ...
... of Varanasi at 3:00pm about 7 hours later than we should've. We then rickshawed to the hostel and I jumped in the shower. We then hung out and relaxed. We headed out to get some food at 5;00pm ish. We stopped at this chaat place where the menu was only in Hindi. Thankfully I paid a little attention in Sunday school class and was able to read the food items. They had this amazing tomato chaat. We then went to the aarti ceremony by the Ganges. It started at ...
The overnight train arrived in Varanassi on india time (3 hours late). It wasn't too bad of a sleep but both of my arms were numb at one stage from me laying on them on such a hard bed. We arrived at the hotel and grabbed some breakfast. My stomach was still hurting from a couple of days before (thanks Pizza Hut!) ...
atmosphere as I turn my head to see the guy playing it. I got closer to him and
admired his talent and asked about his nationality as he was a foreigner. It
was surprising to know that he was from Holland and well-known with Varanasi’s
customs .Now, it was time to stroll away, the sun was saying a pleasant bye-bye
with the promise of meeting next morning again and was dropping mellow lights
on the Ghats and ...
I can see why The Ganga has attracted millions of peoples for thousands of years where Varanasi sits. As The Ganga curves around the Ghatts from the East it is absolutely beautiful. During sunrise and sunset, the river does pull you towards it; both physically and spiritually; in a way one can not explain where so many have meditated and searched deeper meaning of their spirituality in and on the banks of The ...