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... walked up to us and asked if we were so-and-so. He was from the travel agency and had been walking up and down looking for us. As we were each taking turns to go to the washroom, every time he passed by he only saw 2 or 3 of us - and he was looking for a party of 4…he finally came by when, on one of his walks, all 4 of us were at the table. We were told we’d only be met at Jodhpur airport so we weren’t expecting anyone to be meeting us at Delhi. Sumit was ...
... most Famous, lake Pichola and on its banks the City Palace. Beautiful. That evening we went for an early tea at a place called Millets of Mewar, as promised by trusty lonely planet and Trip Advisor the food was fresh and healthy just what we had been craving. Stuffed tomatoes with peanut paste and lentil and coconut soup for me and Neil went with his first Rajisthani curry. Light and fresh made with yoghurt, chickpea flour and a whole host of fresh herbs ...
... It turns out it was Krishna's birthday and we had just passed a main temple where everyone had been worshipping. We somehow managed to keep it seats with the help of the two men opposite and a combination of glaring and some pointed elbows. With everyone now onboard the temperature of the carriage soared and we stuck to our seat for the next 4 hours of the journey. The family next to us provided us with entertainment with plenty of bickering and ...
... We came across a beautiful temple, and while we were admire get it from outside, a quite smartly dressed Indian gentleman, perhaps in his late 50s/early 60s walked up to us. The following conversation ensued:
He : Good morning, where are you from F-R-O-M? [Yes, he actually spelled it out]
Me : We are from England E-N-G-L-A-N-D [Two can play at that game mate]
He : And how do you like L-I-K-E India?
Me : Very V-E-R-Y much.
... were seeing a beautiful garden and a lovely colonial looking building. There were plenty of nice touches such as bowls filled with water and floating flowers arranged in them dotted around and traditional Rajasthani paintings on the floor. Due to our early arrival our room wasn't ready however the owner gave us a small single room to use to freshen up and a cup of chai tea. Once we had freshened up we checked in and then had breakfast which ...