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... he used to greet his public. This is also where public executions were held. Execution by elephant. Literally. The elephant would squish you with its foot. :( Oh dear!!! Next we wandered through the area where the King and his wives stayed. He was the first leader or person that we have record of who created his own religion, which believed in one universal god. Sounds like my kind of man! He took the religions of his 3 wives, Hindu, Muslim, and Christian, and ...
simply walk, but as the place was vast in its expanse we would have needed a
couple of days at least to see anything worthwhile.
2 You can
hire bikes to cycle around in total freedom. This option was, for those of you
who have ever seen Cathy on a bike, not an option at all…or
3 Have a
guide and a cycle rickshaw. This was our choice and a splendid experience it
was too. As I have said, the guide was a fount ...
... to what was probably the simplest item in the whole pace, a pair of small silver and emerald earrings, but managed to stave off the urge to buy and we escaped without purchase. As a last stop, In the hope of seeing the Taj in the sunset Arun took us next to a hotel with a rooftop restaurant from where we could see the Taj. Unfortunately it was very hazy and although we went up onto a small balcony even higher up the view was not great and the setting sun was ...
... speaking young boys who were trying to sell us postcards. Shyam got to talking to them - one was only 8 years old. This is what they do after school every day. This young fella spoke French and German as well - all from his touting interactions with tourists! You do feel bad ... we said we would buy his postcards at the end of our tour, unfortunately we exited through a different gateway and didn't see the kids after that.
... re Western. They'll be just as rude to the Indian guy they serve next. And that tuk tuk driver who just ripped you off? He's done the same to an Indian before. In fact, he probably rips off more Indians than foreigners. And it's just another difference that you'll get used to. Because hey, isn't cultural difference one of the reasons we travel anyway?