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... ticket for example, there's no such thing as waiting your turn. You just head to the window, utilising your elbows, and get to the front. Then it's not a case of asking for "one ticket to Bundi, my good man!" or even muttering, "Bundi, please" so only the attendant can hear you before waiting until your coinage is requested and handing it over. Nope. You have to thrust ...
... bar wrappers at the train guard on the way to Jaipur in search for a bin, he simply took them and chucked them out the open door. Oh well! As my friend said in Jaipur: to enjoy India you need to be 'rough and tough!' Now, do you think that is me??! My final thought for today is one of concern: For poor Udaipur! Octopussy will have to conjure up a lot of magic to live up to Bundi tomorrow - or I will just need to drown my sorrows with martinis, shaken not ...
... and slamming boards around. One little guys was very annoyed with us. He got beat with the monkey stick.
We wandered around the palace for another 30 minutes or so and finally climbed to a cool breeze in a pavilion on top of a tower. Well, it wasn’t cool. It was probably a 110 degree breeze, but it’s a dry heat. Standing in the shade with even a hot breeze can give you shivers. Or maybe it’s the ...
... hello, where you from? Photo please’.
This friendliness led to an invite to a 25th wedding anniversary party from Goody, a local restaurant owner. The centrepiece of the party was a flashing dancefloor and as soon as we arrived, we were dragged onto it ...
... we missed out on both. From what we heard, the mustaches would have put any Movember attempt to shame.
We did have the pleasure (or rather, we were unfortunate enough) to catch a circus one night. When we saw the sign and had a glance at each other to decide if we should go in or not, we decided there was no reason not to, and at 30 rupees each (60 cents), it was sure to be a stunner. We waited around on the floor for the show ...