Amba Residency Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... extra cups throughout the day because we haven’t been able to get enough. It’s hard to stop when each cup feels like a hug from the inside. How will I ever drink normal tea again?
There will be one cup that will never be forgotten. His claim was that his Chai was the best in his town of Bundi. We’ll go as far as to say it was the best cup of Masala Chai we had in all of India and our lives. He had made art of his craft of crushing his spices and ...
... than would have been expected. I was also in no mood for renegotiation, after all, he would have known about the market and how busy it gets: his choice, his responsibility. Equally taking his rickshaw was my choice. If I was in a happier mood would I have attracted a different rickshaw driver at that moment when I needed one or did all the 'happy' drivers take one look at me and my moody face and suddenly decide they were busy checking the dirt under their finger nails. ...
... to sell anything to us!!)
We then tried to get an Indian SIM card but it's proving quite tricky!! Another guy shouted ozzie Ozzie Ozzie at us thinking were Australians and we said no London and he started mimicking jacks accent and again they got chatting about cricket, another was telling me all about his shop and to get our mum's pashmina scarfs at good price and can we meet his mum hahaha!! We said maybe another ...
... Temple (an amazing temple that looks exactly like a lotus flower), and the ruins of Qutb Minar, which were quite amazing. We did some shopping and walked around, soaking in the last bits of India that we could. We stuffed our faces with Indian food, as after this trip, we do not plan to eat it for a few years. We also found time to do laundry, answer emails and I somehow found the energy to write this blog! ...
... acostumbrarte a la violencia inenarrable ni a la vulgar desigualdad de la vida a tu alrededor. Buscar el deleite en los lugares más tristes. Buscar la belleza hasta su guarida. Jamás simplificar lo complicado ni complicar lo simple. Respetar la fortaleza, más no el poder. Y sobre todo, observar. Intentar y entender. Jamás evadir y nunca, nunca olvidar"
As I ...