We went to Sangam, the water was as usual too cold, but once you step inside it, it's gonna be too much fun! We bathed for about half an hour before we were called by the guy with the boat.
There were people who were just selling those Namkeens on the boat(Indians search for such occupations too fast you see!).
It was fun spending time in water and then boat with those birds. That guy also showed us that VAT VRIKSH (banyan tree) which is inside the Allahabad Fort(which was closed on the the dates we visited). The Story about that tree is that tree was destroyed by many Rulers and even the English but it again grows at the same place no matter what!
We got off the boat and started looking for a place to eat. There were some stalls inside the Mela region, but the food wasn't good. We spent the day by just eating samosas.
After taking rest, in the evening we went to see the AKHADAS, but the locals told us that almost all the saints had left after the third SHAHI SNAN(that too when we had crossed almost a km long bridge to see them).
We then went to Daraganj, which a small town nearby(2.5 kms) to get something to eat(and there were no rickshaws).
At the end of the day we decided to leave for Banaras the next morning. People were coming there the whole night too, and loudly saying HAR HAR MAHADEV!, GANGA MAYYA KI JAI! and we were sleeping(trying to!).