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... It was well after midnight and we had an early
train to catch so we really needed to get some sleep. Ania went
downstairs and woke up the owner and told him about the bedbugs and that
there was no way we would sleep in that bed. He said it was the first
time he heard of bedbugs at his hotel but he didn't seem that surprised by it and
straight away gave Ania keys to another 2 rooms to choose from. She went
to checked them and found bedbugs in both of ...
... one to ensure you can spend your time at the right place doing the right thing once you reach! :).
You know you are close to Jaipur, when you see men sitting on camels with colourful turbans on their heads, females wearing colourful ghagras(the local attire of Rajasthan) and you could find the entire pallete of colours if you are lucky to locate a group of females. Not to mention , the dryness in the air is another indication that you are ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">Got back from work after riding in a tuk tuk backwards and my god i felt ill, and hot. plus the house was boiling and all the electricity had turned off so the fans weren't working and the air con only works from 11pm until 6pm. WHICH SUCKS!
... going a completely different way. Now alarm be,ls might have started ringing if it wasn't for the fact that we have never once taken the same route to the orphanage while we have been here, so we just let him carry on. That was until we started getting close to the mountains and then we realised we were defo in the wrong place. We tried to stop him and tell him the wrong way and that the orphanage was in town but he spoke no English. It was ...
... train pushing past shouting, was soo scared my heart was pounding. Then the lights come on to reveal the horrible carriages. Metal benches for 5 hours, bars over the windows, everything was filthy, men staring at you, over crowed and it was a 5 hour journey. We had to keep an eye on our bags in the overhead when the train slowed down as people would snatch them. Half the group were in a separate carriage ...