Hotel Elegant International
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... with tourists sheltering from the rain. What struck me was that the builders in the 13th Century were obviously more talented than those who built the **** holes, used as residential buildings opposite. I appreciate that the shrine possibly took a few years and completed by thousands of Hindu slaves but from the look of these new buildings they were projected managed by someone with the plans upside down and built by blind builders with sellotape. ...
... 5.5 miles. Time at the pool. For devotions and rest Isaiah 43:18-19. Do not dwell on the past. Our room wasn't cleaned when I arrived back so I dressed and found a place to read, watch people and of course drink coffee. Staff thinks I need coffee for comfort. Rob returns home around 5:30. We decide to have dinner with Jimmy who is also here for a few more days. Early dinner then early to ...
... of India. Our feelings towards what we have seen have been mixed. It was a shame that due to a combination of the monsoon, heat and time that we missed the popular Rajasthan area as it sounds nice but in doing so it means we can now spend longer in the South taking our time to explore the green Regions, and avoiding some of the bigger cities.
... cremation itself is done by the 4th and lowest class of people, the untouchables. While the family has paid for the cremation, it's expected that something is given to the workers. So the families leave gold jewellery on the remains, so that when the ashes are collected at the end, they are then sifted through by the workers to find this gold and then the ashes go into the Ganges. Just a few feet away, people have their ritual wash in the river. Later on we took a boat ride on ...
... the railway tracks, with ankle deep, unidentifiable waste seeping into every crevice. Residents relieved themselves right outside their own doors, suggesting a complete absence of water and sewerage systems. What didn't seem right was the number of people standing outside, readying themselves for the day ahead. There were just too few buildings to accommodate so many people. Adding an apocalyptic element to the scene were the vulturistic black crows circling above, foretelling death ...