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... and were not allowed to go to the city. At night I visited the highly illuminated 'Prem temple' literally means love temple. It's definitely worth loving looking at all the special effects and grand decor this place has. This place depicts the events from the life of lord Krishna on a gigantic scale. The size of the art installations is such that it looks like it's really happening . The swing is moving with Krishna and his beloved Radha sitting on it and calfs and rabbits ...
... two very friendly and helpful brothers. A common lifestyle in India is for families to work together to run a family business. In their case they worked alongside their wives and mother to operate this farm, which housed a wonderful homestay, as well as a small guest house about 5 km away in the town. So closely linked are these brothers that their combined children (2 each) call them both ...
... I caught up I had to ask him what he had said, what I had missed seeing. This was irritating, as here was yet another guide who was pretending he had only one person on his tour, the young one. I was again the leftover.
Usually my ego is strong enough to weather passing insults, but with the stress of trying to keep up on a basically broken bike, and again seeing that I was nothing in this guide's eyes, I almost lost it. ...
We started off the day with the 6-hour bumpy road trip to Jaipur, It’s hard to sleep on the bus because the roads were so horrible, enough to make us feel like we are on a roller coaster in the Six Flags. We made it though.
Before the road trip, we stopped by "Fatehpur Sikri" known as the Forbidden City. Akbar (one of the kings) visited there only ...
Today was a programmed day that we always look forward to on Overseas Adventure Travel trips, A Day In the Life of a Village. The village this year is Khilchipur, just on the outskirts of Rathambore National Park. It's the home of about 25,000 residents, most of whom make their living farming or working in tourism. There were some nice houses; our tour guide, Ashim, said that the tourist industry had been very kind to the local economy.
Our first stop was at the ...