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... around the squares. Women as game pieces!! The King’s room still had his King size bed in it. A giant stone bed on very high pillars. Rose water used to cover the floor for him to fall asleep smelling something lovely.
He constructed different buildings for his wives. The one for his Hindu wife was smallest. It was very intricately, and delicately carved, and had flowers all around it which used to be inlayed with semi precious stones and glass. ...
... on however and in no time at all he had us
both out of the rickshaw and creeping around the bushes in similar fashion. We
must have looked like a group of Grouch Marx impersonators. The rewards,
however, were great as there was an abundance of beautiful hawks, eagles, peacocks
(!), ospreys and any amount of highly colourful waders and parrots. We were
constantly twirling about squinting at distant trees and river banks as our man
... for something like 20 years as a new capital next to the lake and just after a few years after they all moved there, the lake has gone dry. So they had to leave it all... Because it was a very cold day, there was thick fog everywhere and we could hardly see more than 1 meter. Which made this into quite an eerie experience as we roamed through the abandoned palace in deep fog. Apart from shivering from cold and having to jump up and ...
... blessings resulted in two more sons. In gratitude, Akbar built this red Sikri sandstone complex of palaces, pools, courtyards and the Jama Masjid. A small point was overlooked however - the water supply. Just when the 15-year construction was completed, the complex had to be abandoned - due to a lack of water, but also because it was located in an increasingly unstable area.
For me this was the start of the part of the journey where I'd come full circle. I'd visited ...
... McDonalds would adjust to a non-beef largely vegetarian clientele. There were the usual chicken burgers (and the meal deal with pop and French fries), but we sampled a Chicken Maharaja Burger nicely spiced with an Indian special sauce, and a Spicy McPaneer which was breaded deep fried soft cheese and very spicy. Both were delicious and quite inexpensive. I I understand that Subway, Pizza Pizza and Dominos have all adjusted their menus as well, but I can't imagine KFC offering ...