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... away is gigantic. It ranks among one of the most memorable buildings in whole! India. It is inconceivable, which became to create this enormous plant once from humans. My again-made travel friends must really everything! photograph. There it is not noticeable really that I make also so many photos. But the effort makes itself paid. When we arrive above, the whole city before us kindles itself. It is an indescribably beautiful prospect. A pleasant cool ...
... the market walk-about a miss and headed back to basecamp for coffee. Might venture out for dinner tonight...... Back for a lovely swim and relax by the pool before venturing out to the market and then supper in the Tandoori Bar-Be-que Restaurant. Turns out that our guide today, Kundan, in fact owns this place thus the recommendation. He was actually sitting in the corner and said nothing till the end - have to admire his business acumen ...
... view that going to India with us two “Indians” would be “safer”. B wasn’t exactly jumping with joy or anticipation as India wasn’t on his ‘to visit’ list…but he said ok too. Planning then started with a vengeance with itineraries, visas and accommodation sorted out with our very efficient travel agent.
And so, there we were at T3 for our flight…only problem was we were supposed to be in T2 (my misreading of ...
... to the Nepali border at Sunauli). Trains turned out to be booked out already, so I got another sleeper class ticket (well, was actually quite nice from Agra to Delhi, so ok :-) ). In the evening walked a little around in the old city and had some soso food. Apart from the „blueliness“ of the city, the fort and my great hosts in the guesthouse, Jodhpur is not really my ...
... the base of a cliff, with only a path leading the final 400 feet upward from there to the attraction we had come to see - Mehrangarh Fort. Dumping our gear we walked back down, a shorter distance it seemed than in the tuk-tuk, for dinner at a rooftop restaurant, with a view of the floodlit fort above.
Near the end of the meal, purely by accident, Kate's cousin appeared! ...