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... local cars, cyclists and penalty even isolate cows. A real traffic system existed here or I cannot recognize it at least. The city is so large, which gives it numerous different Buslinien (really a great many). I have only a “short distance” and drive only! 20 stations. In a short driving break, the driver arranges itself the mirror, since he drove to another car. The bus driver can move itself on close places only with step speed. When a cow ...
... shelter under every object after dark, hungry palms are thrust in our direction hundreds of times each day and, at the risk of sounding an uptight Briton abroad, courtesy is of no concern - almost to the point it becomes infuriating. Physically, there is no way two rickshaws, three parked motorbikes, a woman pushing a vegetable cart and a dozing cow can possibly pass down the same street at once. Yet they honk and barge forwards and yell at each other for ...
... After crucially going over all of them, I settled on the “Mango Monkey”: a carbonated drink with mango and kiwi. In no time, the whole in the table was filled with a metal box with a fire at the bottom and a place for kabob’s to rest on top. The servers filled up those slots in no time with chicken kabobs, shrimp kabobs, mushroom kabobs and paneer kabobs. We were also served chicken drumsticks, fish nuggets, potatoes with mayo and onion, lamb ...
... experience haggling with a rickshaw driver. Granted, looking back now, 11 rupees to 10 rupees is not a big deal, however at the time I was so proud of myself. I also had my first experience getting lost as a driver told Okki and I that he knew where CEPT was when he actually had no idea. Then, I had my first experience driving on the wrong side of the street when another rickshaw picked us up and brought us down a back-road to CEPT. The day ended when I unpacked ...
... a tree. I have always enjoy Krishna’s stories.
Visiting the private palace a sign tells the tourist not to destroy anything to avoid being accused of criminal offence.There is not much to destroy, anyhow, because the place is not conserved and it is in a state of decay. They told me that when some of these royal fellows go to Bundi, they stay at the Hadoti Palace hotel, where I was. But perhaps the hotel belongs to a family member.....what can one ...