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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
Every time I have been to India I get food poisoning and last night was the occasion and hopefully the last. We ate at the hotel as the food on the previous evening had been very good, I chose trout indian style with images of it being caught locally from a crystal clear flowing water. Having analysed my vision in more detail I came to the conclusion that Indian style most probably means keep in ...
... 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 ...
... so to speak).
He spotted that Peter was checking him and mentioned it, "you have Nav Sat Mr?"
We arrived home and went to bed, as we lay down we noticed that we had small bugs
appearing and jumping all over us. They looked like a bedbug infestation.
Bedbugs are a nightmare and can bite you all over so Ania sprayed the whole room with the insect killer we had with us,
the room for 20 min, came back and all flies were dead however all
... 6 hours drive considering the traffic during peak hours. Though rail and flights are other modes of travel to the place, a road trip is recommended if you are a traveller and not a tourist. The colours, the camels, the mirages and the long straight roads are a delightful experience. The small eating joints(called as dhabas) are in abundance along the highway to promise you that you will not remain hungry. However, it is important that you choose ...
... They then started asking us about or family and so on, it was a weird day. Then at lunch they asked us if we wanted to join them for chiaptis, which we told them no thanks, but next thing then one of the women was feeding us orange, and when I say feeding us, I mean literally puttin it in our mouth for us. It was a generally odd but quite nice had.