Laxmi Vilas Palace Hotel
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Well in general travel fashion there is always that break in the journey that is clearly only chosen as a pit stop from one place to another. This was exactly that and well as literally as the saying goes was also for the birds. Haha we stayed at Birder's Inn and we were all VERY excited to take cycle rickshaws through Keoladeo Ghana National Park. This is one of the nesting grounds for over 230 species of birds and ...
... As a female I do not know if older men are treated this way in India, but I wonder if they experience the same feelings of marginalization. (I think not.)
Several years ago I saw the movie "Michael"; all I remember about the story is that he was an angel. One of the characters in the movie asked him how he knew so much about people, and his surprising, stunningly simple answer was, "I pay attention." So should we all. In ...
... longer closely connected to her own parents, so she does not expect to receive an inheritance.
The expectation of a dowry upon marriage is rampant in India, according to Ashim. In India, a dowry is a payment of goods or money to the groom’s family by the bride’s family upon marriage. This is expected despite the fact that the female’s family is expected to pick up the full costs of the often-elaborate weddings. Dowries are legal in India if they ...
... something I was super excited about because I really like Parcheesi, but this excitement died when I saw how small the board was and when our guide was like, actually they probably played a game that was more like hop-scotch. SAD DAY! After that we went to see a Sufi saint's tomb. This saint foretold the birth of the king's son, so he is buried right next door to the fort. He has a really pretty marble tomb and people tie little red strings ...
... wallas were camped out under some steps and were freely having a wash and hanging their undergarments up to dry.
Coal trains passed, some of them unimaginably long! Possibly near to a kilometre. Trains pulled in. Hundreds of people disembarked. A young man strolled up and down with fifty or so zip ends, asking if anything was broken and needed repairing. He sorted another fella out for five rupees as his fly zip had gone. A ...