CC Antya 6.211

raghunātha samudre yāñā snāna karilā
jagannātha dekhi’ punaḥ govinda-pāśa āilā
Word for word: 
raghunātha — Raghunātha dāsa; samudre — to the sea; yāñā — going; snāna karilā — took a bath; jagannātha dekhi’ — after seeing Lord Jagannātha; punaḥ — again; govinda-pāśa āilā — came to Govinda.
Translation: 
Raghunātha dāsa took his bath in the sea and saw Lord Jagannātha. Then he returned to Govinda, the personal servant of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.