Golden Palms Hotel & Spa
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... whole area is surrounded by high-rise natural wall made of red sandstones. A very safe and secure place to build a fort and the best part was the rain water harvested lake almost at the center. I could relate why was this place chosen to be the capital. At the evening we all paused near to Bhuthnath Temple next to the lake. Cool breeze, golden sky with a setting sun behind those huge rocks made the evening very pleasant. Once it started becoming dark we started for ...
... two at a time and maybe one at a time. It's "sure." "Maybe." "Yes, now go on." "Yes, what else were you thinking?" I've seen my office mates do this and its done while talking or not even talking. It's as if their words were now imbued with another subtext of meaning. I can understand it when people are talking. But when they use it as a singular answer, it gets a little misunderstood and I just have to assume what they head wiggle/nod is referring to. Usually ...
... to work from the textbook which is good. I will be planning lessons in due course!
On the way home I decided to document just how many cows there were on the walk, this time there were only 3, two together and one on its own. I took pictures and uploaded to Facebook to prove to people that it was perfectly normal to see cows on the way to the school!
I only have another two days this week and I am looking forward to the weekend!
... and gun shops).
The attendant tried to ignore me at first, but eventually caved in and sold me an over-priced beer (even though I later realized that the proper amount is printed on the label).
With scalding Kingfisher in hand, I looked around for a place to sit. This place was hopping, filled-to-the-brim, it was obviously standing room only. I nudged myself into a corner near a filth-covered counter and drank the warm beer while trying to ...
... leopard being kept in a dark cage no bigger than itself. It was going to be kept like that for another 3 months for her own protection against the other 4 leopards (solitary animals) from fighting with her.
We soon left to continue our journey which turned out to be pretty uneventful, however having now seen a few Indian towns and villages I feel I am now in a position of gig authority which I will use to rant about their general cleanliness ...