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... like magic at our side asking if he could take us somewhere. We explained our need for a map and he assured us he could fix this and that the ride was "just around the corner" and that it would cost10 rupees.
An hour later following a white knuckle drive which would not disgrace a ride in Alton Towers, a visit to a fabric shop (his brother`s!) and an exhausting conversation with a travel agent ...
... fall. We had not been on a tuk-tuk yet, so we decided on taking one. We hailed one off of the street. He looked at our address and off we went. It was a mad dash, darting through cars and bikes! He constantly stopped and asked for directions. Apparently, he really didn’t know where we were going!! Finally we stopped somewhere and it didn’t look like any place Chitralekha would live!!! The driver suddenly turned around in the traffic!! What the ...
... from the 86th floor, stunning to say the least. On a somber note, one could not be in Kuala Lumpur and not feel the impact of flight MH370, there were many billboards sprinkled around the city with beautiful and heartfelt messages from individuals and companies expressing condolences to all those impacted by the tragedy. We came across a spot where we could express our own condolences on cards which will be gathered for survivors to read with hopes of healing through the ...
... and frescos with Italian influence, all completed with gold. The Mahajara's bedroom over looked an inner courtyard, where all this wives lived in different houses. As the wives all fought so much, each had their own house and so that no wife could see any other wife visiting the Mahajara's bedroom, each one had a secret tunnel which led to this bedroom. He had a total of 12 wives. A lot on Winter Tonic been brewed there for sure!!! We were all glad to be leaving Jaiphur as we ...
... wonderful sleep for 4 hours before our adventure of India started in full. We were picked up by Mr Inder who was now fully aware where our hotel was and were taken to the Qutab Minar, the tallest free standing minaret in India. We were greeted by a gentleman who became our guide for the day and was excellent in giving us the history of the Mineret and the Hindu temple which was built alongside many many years ago. Carvings were explained ...