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We arrived at the train station around 11:30pm, only 1 hour late! Straight away we didn't feel comfortable and jumped straight into the nearest rickshaw. From there we witnessed a young theif receiving a harsh lesson from the community, which left a sick feeling inside. The rickshaw eventually took us straight to the door of a commisioned guest …
We had only enough time to enjoy a cold bottle of pepsi before heading out again, this time with someone from our hotel who offered a complimentary walking tour of the city. He took us though ancient blue neighbourhoods, neat temples, market square and to a few shops, including one with "Mind boggling tea". This may have been the best tea either of us have ever tried. Made up of freshly ground green cardamom pods, cinnamon and saffron, ...
... recommendation or choose the one with the longest queue as this was the best way of avoiding further doses of the Delhi belly
CP Senior also took me to Osian, a desert town famous for its temples. One Hindu and one large Jain. the Jain was very interesting the smaller Hindu one less so, but the small hill top town of Osian was fascinating, with small narrow streets, blue buildings, loads of wandering bulls and many spice shops. The sand dunes outside ...
... to a place called Agra (home of the Taj Mahal). My train left the following evening. To kill some time I decided to walk down to a movie theatre located at Connaught place and saw the new Star Trek movie. Going to the movies is one of my favorite things to do no matter what country I'm in. Pretty much every big city has at least one movie theater screening Western movies. Also, the theaters are a great way to get out of the 40 degree heat.
The next day I was on an ...
... than Jaipur, this city is the current home of the Rajasthani royal family. Sunil mentioned they are not loved by the locals as they love in ultimate luxury while so many of the locals are destitute and poor beyond belief. Worse of all, the royals acquired their wealth through the taxation of the poor, ala the French bourgeois pre-revolution. Mostly they never left their palace except for the odd charity event and photo op. Reminded me of the Bushes post-presidency. Called ...