Hotel Bharatpur Ashok
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India takes and India gives. I think I am beginning to understand how it works. The scale will always tip if you can watch long enough - without blinking, without second guessing, without despairing.
I thought that India was the worst place I could possibly be when I received the news that my beloved family dog Iza died unexpectedly, …
After Fatehpur we head out to lunch and then onto the Keoladoe Bird Sanctuary. My cold is really bad today and having got little sleep last night as i couldn't breath i find that i don't much enjoy sitting in the cycle rickshaw looking at birds. It gets even worse when we get out of the rickshaws and walk into the brush in search of a python. I am …
... people, they seem to live in these little hovels amongst the mud and dirt and cow **** etc although they seem happy. There were husband and wife teams with a little forge set in the ground and an anvil making steel points for fences, they must be paid by the piece as they were counting them carefully. The steel arrives in long lengths and they cut it up to about 200 long with a chisel and hammer, ...
We spoke to my mum today to wish her a happy birthday. We also spoke to Andy who was getting ready to celebrate his 50th birthday. I think i was a bit disappointed I won't be there to help! I have to say I'm quite glad to be leaving India I feel like everyone is always out for that little extra money, even the tour guides and people who perhaps relatively speaking are well off. It was such a dirty place too, the streets full of ...
... about tickets, (the booth is 1km up the road from the Taj for some unknown reason) and a bit more of a queue, we were in!
The Taj was built by Emperor Shahjahan as a memorial to his beloved favourite wife Mumtaz Mahal. She had 14 children by him which just shows how much he must have liked her considering how many other wives and concubines he would have had. She died giving birth to their 14th child and in his grief the emperor started building the Taj to enshrine ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed