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... sundial" which is today a UNESCO World Heritage site. See, I do listen once in a while. Glad to have seen it here today!
I was also glad to have brought with me my pink umbrella because under the scorching sun, it was hot, way too hot!
In the distance, the back wall of the Palace of Winds could be seen. It was just ...
... amp; antioxidant powerhouse). Dinner was at the hotel and was delish, we each had the seasonal veg dish which was okra in a tomato curry sauce. I also had a dal dhaba & aloo gobhi (potato & cauliflower curry), I know it's potato but I had seen cauliflower everywhere for the past few days so I knew it must be in season. All this was flushed down with a few cups of green tea. Back to the room for a hot shower and to try on my new pj ...
... turn from the very impressive, empty and smooth Jaipur
to Agra highway onto, shall we say, a bone shaking semi concrete track heading
east to Ranthambore, the home of a National Tiger Reserve. The journey was, it
transpired, worth every bump, but for a chap with a history of back problems it
was more than a trifle uncomfortable. We lurched and crunched our way through
some very basic rural villages and extremely arid countryside.
We enjoyed one ...
... to tend to my washing which I'd left in the bucket all day, turns out that cheap trousers you buy from an Indian market don't hold their dye so well and I've now got some fetching pink spots on my tee shirts.
Up till now I had been messing round in the amateur leagues of f**king things up but on the 12th November I graduated into the big time. You would imagine I hurt myself or destroyed someone's house when I say I rented a scooter today but no, it was far more stupid. ...
... she had convinced me to go to Kolkata and visit some sights she had really enjoyed in her time there. (More about that later)
I met my friend at the station and we went to his home where I would stay with him and his family for the following few days. His wife, Baby (yes that's her real name) was lovely, and of course she spoke about as much english as I did Hindi! It was fun trying to communicate but we managed. He also had 2 awesome kids. His son, Shiva, 7 and a ...