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This morning we got up early in order to go sight seeing.
We made bacon and eggs for breakfast. We also made toast a la flambe. We then set off with Steve and Mary to Connaught Place to the bazaars. We put in 2 rolls of film to be processed but when we picked them up only the negatives were done. The film machine had broken down.
We looked …
... to desert dinner on sand dunes, and slept under the stars every night.
The first night of the safari did not pass without adventure. During a cultural program (local music and dancing performed by 4 desert villagers), one of the guides lit a fire so we could see the dancing more clearly. This proved to be a large mistake after Sofia and Colin both found themselves in agony from a pinching feeling they both had in their foot. It wasn't long until one of the ...
... halls, stone steps and cool dark rooms - the Gouri Heritage Havelli. Two young lads ? late teens running the whole thing. Trying so hard all the time - they really work these people. All squashed into a room for 4 - saving money where we can - cost £25. We all collapsed into bed and woke the next day for a walk up to the fort.
15th century Jodhpur fort - so massive it’s hard to describe - huge gates and carved wooden doors, towering walls, some just ...
... But it seemed the other guys were enjoying it so I went along. But after this guy everything changed. We all knew we were just being ****** with now and our moods went bad. So we started heading back and they kept following us and we finally told em to get off it and we started home. But we had to get some fun pants first. So we got some and our moods immediately changed back to happy and we laughed about what just happened a moment ago. We then found. The same suits we bought for 2 ...
... the-cob to electric shavers, and thrusting it energetically at you. At the end of Chandni Chowk, I could glimpse the main facade of the Red Fort. Even though I knew it would be too late for a visit, I slowly strolled up to it, down the length of the crowded street. Like at the India Gate earlier, there were many Indians in small groups and families milling around to take photos, or just sitting there chatting. With the sun turning the red sandstone almost the colour of ...