Madhu Pushp Bhawan
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... alone” which took me aback as she was easily as old as me! I called her “daughter” after that!!
We were driven back down in jeeps rather than on elephants and one hawker even jumped on the back of the jeep, hanging on precariously as it drove down the hill, still trying to sell us photos. Up at the fort I’d bought 9 for 1000 rupees (they give them to you in a sort of mini-album) but later on another photographer offered me 6 ...
... edges designed to open like a pair of lawn shears after insertion into the abdomen to slice open internal organs. Unfortunately, it was forbidden to take pictures inside the palace buildings.
We had a light lunch at the City Palace Café. A gentleman in native dress playing some type of stringed instrument and singing was our entertainment. He was very good at posing for the camera; I recorded a short video that is included below.
... we would be hesitant and skeptical that this guy would be trying to rip us off, but something about his nature and smile was very warm and inviting. We hopped into his rickshaw and for the first time in India so far our inherent trusting nature of people paid off.
Our driver's name was Shiekh but he told us to call him shake. Shake had been driving around tourists since he was 12 years old and learning english from almost anyone he could interact with. He ...
... Delhi as we are leaving this evening. We decided on getting a local bus which cost us 225rs for a 6 hour journey around 280km
Also my sandals which cost £15 fell apart yesterday luckily as we past a shop selling flip flops, i decided to go retro and buy a pair of Lotto flip flops for 249rs, they look good plus Lotto reminds me of Seria A back in the 90s with the likes of Gabriel Batistuta! Plus i wanted to get out of the shop asap.
... they are managed very erratically. For me, having had experience of Indian "guest houses", they are run along the same lines and are really only exotic and up-market guest houses. The staff bumble and fumble around, albeit cheerfully, nothing seems to really work and the rooms and bathrooms could do with a good cleaning. Still, that's India for you!!!!
Before I left, Clive made me practice ...