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... human rights that happen here isn't effective. Many of these practices are also against the dominant religions but the practice and dedication to these religions is not preventing them from happening either. This is a country of over a billion people, with at least 4 distinct languages (not just different dialects but totally different languages, as different as English is from Japanese) and that cultural practices have been in place for hundreds ...
... and forced down some eggs. We then went to the train station to sort out our onward travel. They had a tourist office which was handy. I went to the desk, found the train I wanted then had to get a ticket to wait in turn to book. Luckily my number was only 10 away, I thought I'd be waiting longer as the room was full of people, all seeming to be from Pakistan. I went up and managed to get the 2nd to last seat to Haridwar where I would then get an hour bus to Rishikesh. After that ...
... After we managed
to squeeze in one more stop before the taxi man took us back to Delhi
to probably our favourite place that day, Etimad-Ud-Davila. No where
near as big or well kept but still so beautiful and much quieter with
a chance just to sit and not be bothered.
The next day we were more optimistic,
having accepted the fact we paid too much and that there was always
going to be some 'shop' at some point, we realised it could have been
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Later in the day we made a stop at a rug factory for a demonstration of how hand-made silk rugs are constructed and of course the opportunity to make a purchase. This was similar to the experience we described during our visit to Turkey, so we will not go into detail. The silk rugs were beautiful, and the amount of work ...
... duration than was previously thought physically possible. Really, beyond his incandescent light bulb figure, the thing he has most in common with a teddy bear is the ability to sit and do nothing for endless hours, though his milieu is the curb while the bear favors a shelf or bedspread. He does not have the look or complexion of a physically well man. The whites of his eyes are the sticky amber of maple syrup which would suggest to any experienced medical practitioner that ...