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... as it took a good 20 minutes on the rickshaw to even reach the
reserve proper! Once in there, our man was a frenzy of activity. Every few
seconds he would adopt a pose not dissimilar to Tonto when stalking “injuns”
and whisper urgently for us to look where he was pointing. As he spoke
regulation “comedy indo-english” (goodness gracious me) it was not always easy to
understand exactly what he meant.
So it turned out that we were very lucky with the relatively warm weather (about 24 degrees during the day) in the first days even though it got quite cold at night (about 5-8 degrees). And I was not ready for such cold weather when packing up for this trip. So when we left Agra, i was wearing thermal leggings underneath the jeans, 5 layers of tops including woollen jumper and i was still freezing... We stopped at this abandoned city that ...
... see from the fort - we couldn't but we did see it the next morning. As we left the fort Ricky explained he would take us to something called the Star ????, not realising what is was we acquiesced and surprise surprise ended up at a jewellery shop!! Talk about bling. Karen retired early to watch a young lad doing the very fiddly butappalling gold and jewelled embroidery on black velvet while the others were taken round to see all the displays. Jude ...
... Rajasthan. I have to say the difference between the two states is quite stark. Our guide (who is from Rajasthan) said that even the Indians refer to Uttar Pradesh as "'Ulta Pradesh" ('ulta' meaning 'upside down' in Hindi!).
At Fatehpur Sikri it seemed more like the India as we know it - crowded, pesky touts, beggars ... but surprisingly clean toilets I must say! Having said that, here we were hounded by two ...
... have offended then before concluding it's probably just because they hate you and you should probably go and spend three days in a cupboard with a blanket ever your head because you're clearly a terrible person. To someone who isn't insecure this would seem like an incredibly selfish way to view life, as if the world revolved around you and everyone's mood depended ...