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... opened for front and rear seats, lit cigarettes, put music loud and kept driving on NH8 for Sikar. We were excited and happy as took some time off from our daily hectic schedule and got a chance to spend some quality time with school friends. After few drinks, we started talking about school time since all of us were from same batch. After couple of hours drive, we took right from Kotputli so now we were off from NH8, ...
... Cranes and looses in his pay packet when he takes his frequent days off to help with the organisation or help injured birds (please see previous blog). The sacrifices he, his family and his community have made for the cranes are amazing. We spent two hours on top of his home viewing the cranes and their comings and goings. Then we drove down to one of two lakes, to see them their on the waters edge and in the sand dunes. Then it was time to leave. I said goodbye ...
... and climbing 5 or 6 flights of steps each time meant that we settled on the third one we went too. The only thing they all had in common was they were all empty!! We could see another 7 or 8 restaurants which were just as empty as the one we were sat in. Coming out of season meant we got the pick of where we watched the sunset but it means there’s not much atmosphere!
After eating we realised that the sunset (in front of us) was doing a ...
... their architecture and their textiles and we heard lots about these two things. Because we had missed out on the Palace visit because it was hosting a wedding (the palace where Liz Hurley got married, whoever she is!) we talk a mini walking tour through the houses to the time tower in the middle of the market. This was interesting as the track was very steep and slippery and full of rubbish, cow pat, cows and local people. The nice thing about ...
... s comments on the evening show:
It was an awesome night and we all really enjoyed it. I found Dad's speech a tad embarrassing because he mentioned how much he loved us and that we were his pride and joy. Good thing not many of the Indians watching could understand much English! When Mum and Dad won though, I was really proud! Sam, Jack and I got on T.V. as well, when Mum and ...