Bijay Niwas Palace
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Our email war with Mr Singh continues to rage. Information is sketchy. Yet every night we have a place to sleep and every day there is something planned, even if we plan it ourselves. I'm loving the fluidity of our little tour, although others in the group are a little concerned. Day 12 and we are on the way to visit another very impressive fort. As we listen intently to the history, as told by the lonely planet guide, , the following gem is read out ...
... 8221;. This
bloke has it sussed methinks.
It is a good moment to mention food. We are keen on the
Indian variety which is just as well as there is sod all else here apart from
fruit. Eating on this journey has been an absolute delight. We have experienced
some sensational meals usually in the seediest looking places. We decided early
on to give up on the meat as, despite the claims made on the menu, there was no
... pretty refreshed. Our hostel is lovely and safe and comfortable, we have a nice room and our own bathroom. The Hostel is built in a huge old house with a courtyard in the middle with a tree poking up through it and providing some shade to the roof garden. The hostel manager Pawan is lovely, trustworthy and full of interesting stories about his life and his travels to Europe. He gave us some good tips about Pushkar and after breakfast we set off to explore Pushkar a little, ...
... and about 20,000 people! Quite a tribute to the person you love. The story's bummer post-script, is that soon after the Taj Mahal was completed, the Emperor was overthrown by his son and imprisoned in Agra Fort on the other side of the river. The rest of his life was spent gazing across at the tribute to his late wife. Upon his death, he was buried next to her inside the Taj. You just can't trust your children like you used to... After Agra, we took the train to Jaipur ...
... warm light glowed magically over Pushkar Lake, casting shadows of surrounding ghats onto the glistering reflection of the Pushkar sunset. So serene and peaceful, until a small group of musicians and singers parked themselves in front of my view and started serenading me with traditional folk songs. It was quite nice by the way so I parted with my 50 Rs and they moved on to the next foreigner. This sunset will be ranked highly on my list of wonderful ...