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This is a reflection about the holiday, listed in 3 categories- sights, wildlife and people, as well as a conclusion on the overall experience.
1. Sights: Temples, forts , palaces. The sheer size and detail on these works of art is mind-blowing. The immensity of the fort walls, the detail and care taken when carving solid stone into the beautiful pictures we see in the Jain temples. Even more amazing: everything is painstakingly done by hand, only using ...
... the world. Stopped at Cook and had time for a 20 minute walk around the remains of the township. Morning coffee in our compartment watching the Nullarbor going past. Different vegetation to what we experienced on the highway - more like I expected. Highlights: 1. No washing up after meals. 2. Seeing wild camels. 3. Yummy ...
... then later in the flight how to recline the chair.. Weird. Anyway he seemed to keep himself busy by rolling cigarettes, not kidding - I lost count at 50. All in all though in terms of 11.5 hr flights go this on wasn't so bad - had a delicious beef and mash meal and managed 3-4 hrs of sleep. Beksy slept like a baby and the ridiculously loud snoring from the man diagonally behind us didn't even wake her :) ...
One should never arrive in a new city on a Saturday afternoon I think. It is that silent part of a week where everyone breathes out the relief of a week gone by. A stale breath of shopping for weekend beers. I am sure though that this is not the case in Italy, or Spain... I somehow romantizise those European cities - knowing that they have the same underbelly. The stretch in from any airport is always dismal - tyre repairs, funeral parlours and ...
... rains we witnessed in The Philippines and Hong Kong. It was however winter and we couldn't complain because the temperature was still late teens, early twenties. We drove the short distance into Fremantle the next morning and visited the prison; taking an incredible and highly recommended tour around the interior with the most amusing, but factually correct and comedic guide. Afterwards we made our way into central Freo and shopped in the markets, drank coffee on 'Capuccino ...