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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 ...
... we also visited a fairly recent Buddhist temple, built by foreign Buddhists, and a giant standing Buddha erected by Thai Buddhists. From Sarnath we returned to the airport along dusty roads clogged with the usual obstacles and reached it in good time for our return flight to Delhi. Om was waiting for us, and before he dropped us off at the Tree of Life, we stopped quickly at the PVR plaza to pick up a couple of burgers at McDonalds I mentioned earlier that I was ...
... you came to India. But you know when you're walking down the streets back home and the people wearing Save The Children vests constantly want "a minute of your time" after telling you how lovely your shoes are and after the third chugger in the space of 500 metres it takes every ounce of your British politeness not to tell them to **** right off before you ...
... he moves the rope so we can go all round the room. He also takes us off in to a couple of guest rooms which are locked and a room downstairs. In there, there is a huge wooden contraption with an enormous handle which two men turned. This blew air up in to the Maharaja's bedroom and was the next best thing to air conditioning. The guy has let us see things we would not have otherwise, so on the way out I give him a pound which is what we paid to get in ...