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After dinner we sat up talking some more, although Ramlata went off to her room to watch her favourite Hindi soap. Sanjay’s habit is to take a walk after his evening meal so we, and Ananya and Ritwick, joined him for an evening stroll down to the local mall where he purchased breakfast items for us: bread, eggs and biscuits but not cornflakes as none of us could reach high enough on the store shelves to get them! We bought ...
... to have lunch together so he could show me a few of the city's hidden treasures afterwards. I accepted and after we had lunch, he took me to a local family-owned elephant farm where I had the opportunity to see the elephants from up close and to even feed them some bamboo and sugar canes. It was quite an experience, I must say, to stand so near to them.
After the visit to the elephant farm, we went to some local workshops to see ...
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So we treated ourselves to room service (1st time ever for both Jack and me!) I went for the Paneer Korma and Jack stuck with chips to try and settle the tum. My korma was not like the coconut creamy one at home but was soooo hotttttttt and tasted totally different I cant even think how to describe it! Still tasty all the same, but after about an hour later I found myself ...
... a couple of hours we are just too tired, although we did buy a couple of silk carpets from Kashmir for the bedroom!
A nap, dinner at the hotel and its bedtime. During dinner we met another couple, Andy and Jo, from near Manchester. They are an interesting couple about our age with a lot of knowledge about India and its political history. I will enjoy learning from them.
... in advance, however, we changed a lot on the fly.
We have been to 26 countries and the blog KM counter says that we have traveled 130,000 km (ie this is more than 3 times around the world). This distance does not count our long walks in Bryce Canyon, Torres del Paine, Nepal, the Great Wall of China and Machu Picchu.
Our time with Ariana and Elena was unforgettable. ...