Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel
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... yes, you are there too" sort of startling remembrance, but it happens too infrequently. "Meghan, is that alright with you?" "Meghan, do you want tea?" "Meghan, we'll meet at 5PM." "Meghan, tomorrow morning yoga at 7:30AM. Okay?" "Meghan, do you need a break?" "Meghan, how long is your flight home?" Never have I been included in any of these comments or questions, and after two weeks of being basically ignored in our very small ...
... in time for lunch.
After lunch, we visited the Keoladeo National Park. Formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, it is a famous avifauna sanctuary that plays host to thousands of birds especially during the summer season. Over 230 species of birds are known to have made the National Park their home. We rode in rickshaws from the park entrance deep into the park and saw many types of birds that we had not seen ...
... down the road. We were picked up by a bicycle rickshaw guy, whom took us on a very informative 3.5 hour ride. It was so peaceful here with only the sound of birds and the animals were quite unafraid of people. The beauty of nature was astounding. This guy clearly loves nature and he showed us a huge variety of birds and animals including: Golden Jackal, a baby Python, Antelope, Water Buffalo, Deer. Of birds we saw ...
... his tomb for wishes. The gates here are really huge and the top of one of them has bees making honeycombs. Buzz Buzz! After this we drove some more and finally went up this sort of rustic path near some dusty mountains. The path had so much wildlife on it, especially peacocks. This was the road to Galta Gee, or the Monkey Temple. The monkey temple is a monastery for Hindu men and women that sits on the side of a mountain. As you climb up ...
... as he had been following us around fiddling with the front of his trousers, which looked a little suspicious! He still continued to linger and I guess we were just as interesting to him as the station was to us.
In an odd way, I loved the delay.
The train arrived, and we both were shown to our prospective carriages. Mine was a top bunk among a family who communicated with each other by shouting over their electronic ...