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... of Australians
on a “proper” tour staying there. When we arrived they were all sat in the
reception area looking strangely glum. We thought that this could have been
caused by a compulsory visit to a surprise temple which would explain
everything! We had a chat with one of them, he was from somewhere in Victoria
and exuded an air of total gloom. We tried to strike up convivial banter but he
was having none of it. There seemed ...
... them and showed that back to them (which i always do as they get very excited about their own pictures), they started flicking through my phone. They were cheering when they saw pictures of food and shouted out what it was, when they saw a selfie with Viv and me, they all laughed and smiled at me. When they saw the video with the Kathakali dancers, they played it about 30 times cheering and pushing each other to get a better view of my ...
... Hindi movie "Jodhaa-Akbar". Although a lot of research went into the making of the movie, many Rajput groups claimed historical inaccuracies and the movie was not screened in many cinemas in Rajasthan.
We spent some time wandering through the buildings and grounds and then made our way into Agra - not only the home of the Taj Mahal, but also that of my old and very dear friend P, a Maharani herself. I couldn't wait!
... the ruins, but that Buddha was a historical person rather than mythical character. Unless one is an archaeologist, however, excavations of the foundations of buildings, however significant, can hold only limited interest, especially under the hot mid-day sun of India. The Stupa was interesting, not in itself so much, but that we found gathered at its base an "ordination" of a group of Buddhist monks from Thailand in which the new monks each received their new saffron robes. ...
... palace. An old guy is at the door who makes a big fuss of punching a hole in our tickets. A group of Indians is in front but he just lets them wander in. We go in and the old guy follows and starts telling us about the palace. As we are inside we can't shake him off and anyway he is telling us interesting things so we go with the flow. The rooms are still furnished with the original furniture and have sections roped off. When we get to the ...