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Another solid 8 hours sleep last night, this is working out to be quite a relaxing holiday after all! We were served a breakfast of omelet, fresh watermelon juice, masala tea, and Indian rice out in the garden...I could get used to this! After breakfast we tried going to a palace just down the road, the royals were residing there and it was also a hotel, so if you weren't staying in there you were not able to look inside. It looked pretty average anyway. Next stop was ...
... the temple.
I can see how they wish to prevent another Mahmud Ghazni operation again. But then perhaps they might wish to ponder on the wise saying of Rajendra Prasad – the power of construction ……..
Its right on the sea shore and the view is breathtaking. No land from there to the South Pole - here's a very helpful arrow marking the direction where the South Pole is !
This is a must visit temple if you are a believing ...
... that it is heartening to see. The park is some 1400 square kilometres, but only about 200 sq kilometres is open for visitors. The rest is absolutely no human interference territory. Park rangers patrol 24/7. Visitors are limited to set trails only and numbers are strictly limited. Only 30 passes are issued for each session of game rides and there are only three a day.
Gir is a dry ...
... to see because people were walking in front of the stage constantly.
It was a gorgeous week full of beautiful ceremonies, delicious food and a great hospitality. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, something that doesn’t happen as much as I would like to. But the best part of the wedding was the bridal couple; they were so in love, it was hard to miss. Even though they didn’t kiss once, not even after the big 'yes’. ...
The food in India is really nice. Traditional Indian food consists of a variety of different (mostly vegetarian) dishes. Some have the consistency of soup, they’re called dhal. Most people use dhal as a sauce on their rice. There are also a lot of different curries’, they are eaten with naan-bread or a pancake-like something called roti. Side dishes are mostly salads, chutney’s (or pickle’s) and small sweets. When ...