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... seems to grow out of the rock it stands on; Kipling's analogy, 'the work of goblins rather than of men', is very apt. We spent a rather sweaty morning exploring the palace: with its crumbling staircases and creeper-covered archways. The rooms that are open boast a series of fabulous, fading turquoise and gold murals. It could definitely do with some restoration work. But at the same ...
... farther away). All good. Then a pleasant wander round said lake before hitting an internet cafe.
Some dinner later and anothe day to kill in Bundi tommorow before an early train on Fri to the massive fort at Chittorgah.
All good, campers.
PS, quick question - if the cow is such a sacred animal in India why do they let them eat the street refuse, plastic and rubbish and other detrius? Incredible India.
... of hard to distinguish. You see shanty towns all over - in the city and the country - but they are sometimes hard to differentiate from the "nicer" houses actually made of brick. The cities are definitely more cramped, but the people in the country are just as poor. It's just so many people packed in a tight space. 1.2 billion in an area half the size of the U.S. and only limited services like electricity and water. Some parts seem to make most of Mexico seem ...
... mit ihrem Baby im Arm. Und ich dachte mir: Da ist es ja… das Christkind…in Indien!
Die Dekoration war mit Luftballons und Geburtstagstorte eher eine ungewöhnliche Mischung aus Weihnachten und Geburtstagsfeier. Die Familie hatte sich sicher einiges im Laufe der Jahre bei Geburtstagsfeiern ihrer westlichen Gäste abgeguckt. Und Weihnachten ist ihnen schließlich nicht eigen. Aber dann könnte man durchaus auch sagen, dass das Weihnachtsfest letztlich ...
Our train, going to god knows where, has now turned into a nightmare. But thankfully it decides to stop a few minutes after we had just learnt the bad news. Sean was down the other end of the carriage frantically trying to find someone that might be able to tell us what we should do. I make a split decision – we have to get off this train – otherwise we could end up in the middle of nowhere. Instead of Indians yelling, it's now the turn for the crazy western women. ...