Hotel Dove's Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... of friends) with some of the older women in the block at one of their apartments in the afternoon where amongst all the chai and gossip they play poker (she had lost (90 rupees! (about 90p)), so she was a little tired. We went for a walk with Sanjay afterwards and he took us across some empty ground behind the apartment block. He pointed out new blocks going up and said that these would command London prices when they went on the ...
... before I made the decision to just go for it.
Rather than using a ladder to jump on a wooden improvised seat, the family explained me that the traditional way to get on an elephant is to grab it by its ears so it offers you its trunk to step on. After you have stepped on it with both feet, it will lift you all the way up in the air and from there on it's relatively easy to get on its back. It's really impressive to see how ...
... anything less purely because its a festival so theres bound to be lots of rubbish. Our bike cycler said this is india!! We continued onto the spice market and the smells were just out of this world, we wondered into one shop and he told us all about the different spices and which are mainly used for each curry, I tried a fresh cinnamon stick which just tingled in my mouth the flavour was so strong but so nice, we then tried some powdered chilli which was very hot but jack liked ...
... with a mixture of humans and animals all scavenging and defecating amongst it all and at the same time a massive infrastructure project to build an overhead metro system right out into the countryside is taking place. Thankfully soon the city ends and we travel through a very flat and fertile landscape of wheat,marigolds and sugar cane for mile upon mile. The more north we travel the more army camps we notice but still a mass of litter at each town or village ...
... a very happy, very short, very nice, and very fast Indian man. If we weren't sweating enough from the humid temperature, we were sweating to keep up with this man as he takes us to his car. During orientation we did a "comfort zones" activity and one of the questions was about having your suitcases riding on top of the car. Little did I know, mine would be one of the suitcases on the top of the van that this little Indian man drove. Thankfully he did use a rope to strap it and ...