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So off we went to find the tiger again gate number 7. There are a female and 4 cubs in this area but alas no view of them for us. We saw paw prints three sets of, and a recently devoured cow whose foot and liver had been discarded. I didn't realise how big a cows liver was. But a good safari with monkeys, buffalo, antelope and deer, oh yeah and cow …
... I have seen. It is a mixture of Indian and English architecture. I was starting to catch on to our guide’s accent. Before this, he would say something I wouldn’t get and his expression told me he said something funny and we didn’t get it. The first one I caught was the portrait of John Lennon. It was a maharaja from over a hundred years ago, but it was John Lennon with his round glasses!!
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... br> They rescued 2 monkeys from Delhi. Stray monkeys are a big problem in the city, they are terrorising residential areas there so the government get bigger monkeys and train them to scare the troublesome ones away ! Tina and Tim were government monkeys but were a bit naughty so they got rescued. They are brother and sister, Tina is a tourist terrorist and Tim is a laid back Larry. She didn't like Raju and I looking at her bears and told us so !
Sadly it was ...
... worth toughing it out. After a change of rooms because the mattress was too hard we settled in for an early night because we had a 5 1/2 hour bus ride to Agra to take at 8.30am. You don't need Alton towers ride to get white knuckle experiences over here believe me...just take an Indian bus trip to someplace! Crazy driving to say the least! Agra like Japuir is a filthy stinking city with mess everywhere but this time there are many ...
... to Gopi. He informed us that there is a large tree only 20m away from our room that many monkeys gather at every morning. Moreover, they enjoy using the roof of the rooms as a stomping ground before they make it to their tree and thus that was the sound we heard in the morning. After breakfast, Gopi walked us over to the tree nearby and showed us how we could feed the red faced monkeys. We brought a couple mandarin oranges (our favourite) with us and held out single pieces ...