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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 ...
... that Jodhaa Bhai "was not Akbar's Rajput queen but Jahangir's Rajput wife." Oh well, will have to find a credible history book to clear this up.
The touts were finally more in character and quite persistent. Once again Abhishek warned us not to make eye contact or say anything if we did not want to buy.
Here at Fatehpur Sikri, as we walked in the main courtyard, admiring the architecture, there was a little boy (and his friend) selling postcards, who latched on ...
... good are tossed at you rather than handed to you and they bark, "Give me fifty rupees" at you, don't worry, they're like that with everyone. Anyone who is as cripplingly insecure as I am will know, if someone, anyone, appears to be off or in a bad mood you instantly assume it's you. It's something you've done. You spend the next 20 minutes trying to work out how you ...
... They are just looking and thinking to themselves if there is anything else they can offer you or do to help.
After breakfast we lead our team of Sherpas carrying our luggage back down the stairs and hill to where Pawan is waiting with the car. We are going to Bharatpur but on the way visit Deeg Palace. This was the summer palace of the Maharaja of Bharatpur and is very grand with two thousand fountains which work only one day a year. Now ...