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... with crazy eyes. Apparently it is OK to eyeball the monkeys when you are feeding them but it is still not good to bare your teeth.
Confidence levels may be growing but that doesn’t mean I’m happy about sharing space with a black hooded cobra. Matey boy was telling me how there was no poison and rubbing his cheek against the back of the cobras hood but I was quite happy to keep my distance from that one.
Of course every Tuk-Tuk ...
... was an honest and heroic muscle bound cop, sporting a wife-beater, mustache and aviators....he was the bomb, and his name was SingHAM. Indians have it right...there is no stiff and starchy "quiet please" and by the time we left, we felt like we knew everyone. We leave tomorrow for Agra, home of the Taj mahal. Om Namaha Shivaya (Om means the beginning and the end, namaha describes the action of bowing down before God, and Shivaya is a prayer toward one of the Hindu Gods ...
... efectivament, era Bill Clinton, els seus convidats i deu guÓrdies del servei secret. Ohhh! L’Elena i l’Ariana van quedar at˛nites. Vam provar de fer fotos i un home del servei secret estava disposat a demanar-li. Al final, no va poder ser per˛ vam passar ben bÚ pel seu costat quan ell estava dret per marxar. A tots ens va fer molta grÓcia de veure’l. Com Úrem els ˙nics hostes al restaurant a les ...
... consequences. We just so happened to have stopped by a man selling oranges. We were talking about how good they looked and he was nice enough to et out and buy us all one! What a nice man. He has been so patient with us and so generous. We were back on the road again. This ride was long. I think most of us napped for a while at this point, I know I did. Katie and I banged heads at one point and she didn't even realize. At the halfway mark between Agra and Jaipur we stopped for lunch ...
... made by the Emporium's silversmiths. I haggled until the cost rested at an acceptable amount, more than 25% less than the ticketed price. Before visiting the store, we were told not to expect discounts greater than this. I felt good about the price and my sharpening bargaining skills, until I realized I had forgotten my credit card. David rescued me from the gaffe, offering the beautiful ring as an early Christmas present. A memento of Jaipur I will not soon forget.