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We are all doing well for the most part, just getting to the point where the exhaustion sets in. I have found a strong internet connection and so a few of the students will be telling you about what we did whilst in Leh, Ladakh.
"Friday was one of our busiest days. It's hard to recall everything we’ve done for each day because our days have been so full of travelling and eating up ...
... where once stood a statue of George V which was removed many years ago. The “empty Cupola and supporting columns are now a symbol of freedom for Indians. At the other end of the park past the now Cupola is Jaipur House which was once used by the royalty of Jaipur and is now used as a National Gallery.
Next we turned to India Gate with the President of India’s house well in the background near the Parliamentary and ...
... dinner where we tried coffee, chicken, kebabs and sweets. It is food heaven around a mosque, however there are also a lot of beggars. Part of the Muslim belief or underlying code of ethics, is to look after those in need and charity is an important value. Therefore, beggars and homeless people are usually living in and around mosques, in the hope of receiving assistance. Rather than give them money directly, we bought food stamps for 10rp (AUD20c) each and handed them ...
... or Ulta (upside down) Pradesh as Abhishek described it] was just slightly more chaotic. I would love to go down south and see if changes have happened there too.
The smart royals also seem to have hit on the right win-win formula - convert one's palaces and forts to properties fit for royalty, then allow riff raff (like me) to experience some royal-standard decadence and service - the kind they themselves are used to - how smart is that!
I hadn't ...