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... ramping up the spare camera battery and computer. The laundry of 5* was returned; pretty cheap. Plowed away at today's diary/blog so I will be up to date: miracle of miracles.
5* returned, donning his medical robe to check on the girls. Went down for a beer and mulligatawny soup  with 5* and the girls. Fine helping the girls' recovery with laughter at my expense. Back up to do some diary stuff, the wifi having evaporated [some 24H thing]. With an early rising, bed c 2200.
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... from all over India bring their loved ones to be cremated. As we respectly observed a local preist came to chat to us. He told us all about the ceramonies and the history of why its such an honour to leave the world at the holy river.
The ancient fort buildings that lean at times almost into the river leave a stunning backdrop on the riverbank. After some prime people watching and some photo shoots with the locals It was time to try some lassi, a ...
... the death, they instead seem more focused on celebrating that person's life and ensuring that they are put into the river Ganges. The sense of faith in the river is overwhelming and people seem content that their loved one is at peace when they go there. So after a bit if thought, I decided I like it...although I'm not convinced it's where I want to go when my time comes as I don't think I fancy a dog chomping on my leg! All ...
On early Sunday morning, we left New Delhi and flew on a plane to Varanasi. The flight wasn't pretty long. So when we arrived Varanasi, there were several beggars and people outside of the airport. The bus was ready and good to go to the hotel. While driving to the hotel, there were many homes and buildings that are old and crumbled and a very filthy town. Also there were cows and goats everywhere. After the hotel, we ...