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... an inordinate amount a large
Australian ladies in the party which made us think that perhaps it was a Barry Humphries Convention. As a result we rather unfairly named them the “Dame Edna
Tour”. This only strengthened our
existing prejudice against joining tour parties. This lot would have had us in
tears in no time at all.
Ashwami suggested that the food in this place was bland and
uninteresting, unless we fancied ...
... around the park for about 1.5 hours before asking the driver to put us out of our bored misery. Saw a few birds, cows and jackal, driver said we were really lucky as they hide a lot, but we ended up seeing three and he pointed to me and exclaimed, "you are lucky!" I still didn't care much but glad to know it. Consensus was to get some drinks, for New Years, like a bottle of wine and something else. I was tasked with the ...
... He was persistent, he was polite (always a 'please madam'), he was charming (Me: "I don't want postcards" He: "If you buy, madam, I'll be happy."), he was neatly dressed in clean clothes and nicely combed hair, he was multilingual (he spoke German, Italian, Spanish - all with spot-on accents and intonation) - his name was Kaamram, and he was 8 years old. He went to school in the morning and came to sell postcards after school. His parents were 'back side'.
We were rushing ...
... have offended then before concluding it's probably just because they hate you and you should probably go and spend three days in a cupboard with a blanket ever your head because you're clearly a terrible person. To someone who isn't insecure this would seem like an incredibly selfish way to view life, as if the world revolved around you and everyone's mood depended ...
... the dry season.Its hot as we walk round. Probably about 35 degrees.
It costs 20 times as much for a foreigner to visit the Palace. You might think that is a rip off but considering it is 5p for an Indian and £1 for us it is hard to complain.
As usual once we are in someone offers to show us round. Of course he is not a "guide". He does not want paid. We can just give him a gift at the end. We manage to brush him off and go to the door of ...