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... 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 ...
... just as it finished, so exhausted haven't been that energetic in weeks!
Of all days we needed the sun out, it didnt really come out today, complete cloud but still about 36 degrees! (dont panic, im not freezing just yet!)
Gunna watch ugly truth tonight now, hopefully I will stay awake for this one!
And hopefully we will be a little less multi coloured for our Taj Mahal photos.
Work tomorrow, and then another day off.. Whoooooopp!
... me breakfast. Luckily on both occasions I fell asleep again in about 2 seconds. When we actually arrived all the procedures to get to the hotel were pretty simple as we had learned our lesson from Mumbai. Our taxi driver, Lala, was very pleasant and pointed things out and explained the history of the area on the way to the hotel. As we approached the hotel we offered us a deal, he would give us a day and a halfs tour for rs2500, Andrew attempted to negotiate this down but it ...
... Or maybe I wouldn't mind sporting the rabid St Bernard look, we'll see.
2. There's this official Elephant day trip that will cost around 90 pounds. Ali my man let into a deal where you can ride the local villagers Elephants from 20-30mins. I payed 1000Rupees for 30min and I think that's a decent deal. So shop around before you end up resorting to mounting an expensive Dumbo.
3. As always, barter, barter, barter!
... though. Up at 5:20 to get the 6am train. Felt **** on the train nearly got off the wrong stop, thankfully someone stopped me (the place didn't look that tourist friendly!). Got to hostel, no space in dorm so stayed in private room for two nights feeling really ill and weak. Luckily it wore off quick so stayed in the dorm, good to meet some westoners finally! Met a cool Swedish guy doing the same thing as me but unfortunately he's got a ...