Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel
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... around the park for about 1.5 hours before asking the driver to put us out of our bored misery. Saw a few birds, cows and jackal, driver said we were really lucky as they hide a lot, but we ended up seeing three and he pointed to me and exclaimed, "you are lucky!" I still didn't care much but glad to know it. Consensus was to get some drinks, for New Years, like a bottle of wine and something else. I was tasked with the ...
... little girls around 8 or 9 years old tying red or yellow string to the partition which is a bit young to be thinking about starting a family, even if you were gunning for that nice council house down the road.
Aaaand then you pretty much have no choice but to bail for the ₹260 palace and away from the constant hassle of the traders before you have a ...
... the grad finale the Taj Mahal. They have camel rides available for the ride up so of course we do it. Some kids try to steal out waters from the back when we take turns getting on the camel. Their as obnoxious as the mokneys but they do recognize honeysing and start singing a few songs. Once we got inside mind blown this place is huge. Very beautiful very cool. We walk around take some funny pics and wait for sunset. At ...
Of all the wonderful places and palaces I have seen in India there is one thing that has truly impacted my enjoyment of exploring here, and that is that in this country, to all men I must be invisible. At first I thought our guide's only looking at and speaking to my young roommate was an older man thing, where he was infatuated with a young woman and flattered by her attention. This was bothersome, and I mentioned it to him, but ...
... pads which our tour group left behind for them. Not sure the same philosophy would work in Oz. Something about the fact that every child wins a prize and must have a comfortable leaning environment? We were fortunate enough to see a local wedding on our village travels where it was BYO water (must be arrived on head) and flowers (to brighten up the festivities). As rural and poor as they were, everyone was in good spirits and ready to ...