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... it was, the experience was refreshing. When we left we had our guide take us to eat. We ate at a place that one Indians were eating at, so we felt good about that. I ordered Paneer Butter Masala and Naan. I never realized that what I thought was tofu all of these years was actually cottage cheese. Learning this made it less enjoyable for me as I as now aware of the texture difference. It's just going to take time for me to get over that. Luckily I have two ...
... facility which is just dedicated to motor sport. Massive and very impressive as our Toyota Prada made haste down the 6 lane highway at high speeds. Our morning was somewhat spoilt by a thick fog: a sure sign of a hot day coming was the view of our driver, Majar. He was later proven to be correct: the hot weather had arrived, albeit quite tolerable by Australian standards.
Yesterday was the last full day of our tour in India. We are here today as well, but the tour ended after we arrived back in Delhi, so this afternoon is ours to do with what we like, although we are far from any markets or good restaurants, and it is Holi, the ancient Hindu religious festival when people throw paint and water on anyone they can. (This is very similar to Songkran in Thailand, ...
... the fort. Also, they were capable of preventing their enemy from entering by spilling the oil from the wall or even pushing the log and rolling down on ramp as well. It is also a location where the king (Shah Jahan who built Taj Mahal) was imprisoned. It even has a window for him to look at Taj Mahal!
After visiting the fort, we went to a marble store, where the workers make things marble, such as table stand, statue, and plate. At ...
... a population of approximately 3 million people and one of the most important heritage sites in India. In the centre of the town there is a pink city apparently the pink is a welcoming colour in Jaipur. It was crazy I have never seen traffic like Jaipur India is mad you can be driving around a roundabout with a cow lying in the middle of the road, school kids walking across, buses, tuk tuks, motorbikes, ...
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