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... 8220;vocês são meus amigos, estou fazendo por hospitalidade…bla bla bla…”. A hospitalidade nos custou 1000 Rupees cada um. E ali foi um belo aprendizado para seguir viajando pela India. Mas fiquei feliz de ter encontrado o doce garoto Honey, aquilo sim é bondade e hospitalidade pura. E agora eu percebo porque a India é o berco da Yoga no mundo e de outras medicinas e tratamentos ancestrais como Ayurveda. Só assim para manter o equilibrio num pais tão maluco quando esse.
... all lovely and easy company, I am however the oldest in the group!! Tonight were are going to see a Bollywood film (no subtitles!!) then tomorrow morning we are getting up at circa 5 am to hike up to a viewpoint to see sunrise - also means I can get some use out of my hiking shoes! I will update you all soon with my next instalment but just to confirm I am loving India so much and feeling really relaxed here (even with all the beeping)!!!! Love to you all ...
... each other with complicity when they opened the doors of our room. Unfortunately, our joy was short lived. While standing in our beautiful room, we were informed that the pool and the fitness center were closed for renovation. Ugh! Thankfully, the hotel staff was very professional and they helped us find a new hotel. So we moved to the Trident hotel, very nice but our dream of a Maharajah's Palace was over. In ...
... was good to spend one more afternoon together before Ingrid and Jonas returned to Delhi to catch a flight the next day to Oslo.
After lunch, Jason and I went up to Amer Fort (also spelled and pronounced Amber Fort) for some late afternoon sightseeing. Built in 1592, Amer Fort is a palace that sits on a hill overlooking Maota Lake. Amer Fort looks like it came straight out of a fantasy book. Inside we explored marvelous ...
... walls, She opts for self-control. The complex leads one through a sort of backlot main street India-style where actual colorfully dressed worshippers are entering and exiting doors. Beyond we can see higher structures and so we proceed. A side trip through a hermit's cave up on a side hill provides some lively photo opps, but now it's on to the monkeys.
Around the side of a wonderfully photogenic old building and halfway up the long stairs to the ...