Hotel 32nd Milestone
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... jumpy about the local monkeys playing tag in the street as had opted not to have our rabies jabs - even the stray dogs kept well out of the way - hello India, great to be back!
Update on bags - 4,000 bags left behind at Heathrow yesterday which now require repatriation worldwide. Hopefully ours will join us in Udaipur!
Lovely vegetarian dinner, Niamh already crashed out 20.30, wifi good here so my Netflix addiction can continue uninterrupted :-) chat ...
... bé, l’Ariana i l’Elena semblen estar-hi de gust. Ahir vam arribar a 41ºC però amb la humitat, la sensació de calor era de 51ºC. És com ser a dintre d’una assecadora. La petita visita que vam fer, va ser al Red Fort, la residència dels emperadors Mughal que van governar a l’Índia durant 200 anys fins el 1857. És un edifici considerat Islàmic amb fusió d’estils Persa i Hindu. La visita ...
... tikka curry, potato wedges and cake ? I think whoever creates the menu does so on the basis that hopefully everyone will like at least one thing out of that diverse selection. Once back in India the rest of the day has been chilled out and just generally making use of time to get things sorted like flights, trains and accommodation for the next few weeks. I am in bed now and it feels amazing, my body is crying out for a good rest and that's what I'm gonna give ...
... to view the external grounds, walk around the building and take photographs right at the windows of the interior.
I truly enjoyed my visit to the temple. I went with a friend from the tour, Isy, and we both enjoyed seeing a piece of modern history- a rarity in India and other parts of my trip throughout the 5 months.
It is truly a beautiful place where you cannot help but feel a spiritual presence.
... learning and getting an education in order to make it out of the slums one day. One mum cried her eyes out when we said we were going to send her little boy to school which was upsetting to see but we're pleased we can make a more permanent long term difference after we've left.
We've registered Alok, a 7 year old boy, at a nearby school and he's all sorted to start next April which is the beginning of the school year and we are going to register Nisha, a 5 ...