We left Varanasi feeling we may not have made the most of it, mainly due to the traveller’s exhaustion we experienced whilst there. After 4 days we climbed aboard a train and headed 21 hours north to Haridwar in Uttarakhand. The city rests on the same holy river (Ganga) as Varanasi so we were able to attend a ceremony on the ghat. The ceremony was quite different from the ones we’d seen in Varanasi and we were actually stood in the water for it. We ended up loving Haridwar, preferring it to Varanasi, and returned there later in our trip. I would completely recommend Haridwar to anyone visiting northern India, but be prepared to be one of very few tourists there!
I locali allestiti con del materiale di recupero, sono un must a Budapest! Questo locale si chiama @puderbarszinhaz e si trova vicino al Mercato Coperto.
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Yehliu Geopark is a popular tourist spot; it’s mentioned in almost every sample itinerary when you google things to do in #Taipei/ #Taiwan. The mushroom- and honeycomb-looking rock formations sure would look better in sunshine, but even when it was rainy when I went, there were many visitors all trying to get photo-bomber-free (good luck tho!) pictures with “Queen’s Head,” “Princess’ Head,” “Sea Candles” and “Fairy Shoe,” which are among the most popular formations found in the park. #myTAIWANandONLYyou