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And in other news, the miracle of birth, guys. As in, animals. Baby humans gross me out. They **** and drool and snot and are completely incapable of keeping their stomach contents actually in their stomach and they don't even have any tangible use until they turn 18 and can go to the shop for you to pick up a bottle of vodka. No. They're disgusting. But a tiny animal that has ...
... of paper stuck on the side of the train. We couldn't find us anywhere so we had to get on the train as it was about to leave and we hoped we could find our seats once on board, makes sense. So we stood waiting in the joining section between two carriages in the boiling hot stale air right next to the hideous toilets. We asked several blatantly rude unhelpful members of staff and other passengers for help until eventually one told us to wait for the ticket man. ...
... were no seat belts but there was plenty of "fresh" air to be consumed! As we drove through the streets, I'm pretty sure every single local stared at me with a look of curiosity, trying to work out why a foreigner was travelling at night sitting in the back of this vehicle! It was a nice evening enjoying a few drinks on the roof terrace but after having been surrounded by the loads of Aussies in the other groups, we were ready to quickly exit stage left and make tracks ...
... James Bond series and British television.
It was beautiful to look at, especially as the sunset behind it. I wanted to get off the boat and walk the grounds, but we weren't allowed not being guests.
I would definitely say this was a highlight of my stay in Udaipur. Next time, I think I'll save up and stay at the hotel and see what the fuss is all about :) Yep, I can scrounge $700 US per ...
... is about.
Our driver turned out to be the least talkative and friendly Indian we're yet to meet but this might not have been such a bad thing as we preferred him to concentrate on the winding roads - basically one track with two way traffic taking no prisoners. It was interesting to see rural India and pass through the small villages tucked away in the valleys and in the hillsides. Some were thriving while others looked like they had seen ...