Chomu Palace Hotel
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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 …
... were mostly ironmongers with the occasional man squatting outside on the pavement mending someone’s well used saucepan or a it might be textiles with the owner seated cross legged on a charpoy unrolling bolts of brightly coloured sari material for ladies to peruse - just wonderful. On one street there were numerous marble and stone carvers producing huge statues of people and animals, some by hand others using drills. We stopped for a drink at the famous ...
... happening because of us! We got a drink at the bottom and thanked our cute guy! Lucky was off playing cricket, so the guide boy ran and got him for us. He had ripped his shirt playing and it was very amusing. It was getting pretty late so we asked lucky to drop us at the market. We shopped until we were very hungry, then we stopped for dinner. It was only okay. We then carried on shooing for a little while, then decided to go back to the ...
... 8220;little wall of China”. See, you learn something day!
Back to reality, I could see in the distance people riding on elephants' backs up to this fort and wished I was making a grand entrance just like them. Glad I didn’t; you should have seen the line-up!
he had knocked up a couple of vases, a dish and some more small jars. If he had
a contact in John Lewis, this bloke could have stocked up half a dozen stores
in double quick time.
As this exhibition of artisan skill was progressing, his
family began to gather round us. Through the services of Ashwami the
interpreter, we discovered that the ever growing crowd of children all belonged
to him. We were not actually counting but there ...