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... not a very cozy place lolol.
Here goes something essential about India. When talking about streets and traffic jam, there is a peculiarity. First, the tuktuk's (one 3-wheel strollers that have a stool behind a hedge on top, like a motorcycle engine adapted to carry more people). This is the main transportation here in India. And yes, there are places that don’t try to get a conventional taxi, a bus, much less subway, just surrender yourself to the tuktuk's no ...
... some drummers that let charley play with them. That was a lot of fun. we met some more travelers and were drinking with them, before we knew it we were pretty drunk and I don't know the order of things but here's a quick rundown of our evening Lots of group dancing. Charley break dancing in the grass. A tied up cow very angry at us. Me and Corey talking to 2 Indian girls. I covered my face and started dancing and fell off a 3 foot ledge onto some type of metal thing. ...
Every time I have been to India I get food poisoning and last night was the occasion and hopefully the last. We ate at the hotel as the food on the previous evening had been very good, I chose trout indian style with images of it being caught locally from a crystal clear flowing water. Having analysed my vision in more detail I came to the conclusion that Indian style most probably means keep in ...
... women making fresh roti. Only downfall was that the children dancing grabbed you to join in dances or for a picture, then beg for "money, money, money" guess they wouldn't do it if tourists didn't give them money in the ffirst place. They work for a 5 star hotel, the families should earn enough money...right?
In the hotel lobbie now, 4.45 start so bed time now.
Hugs and kisses,
Clíona and Miriam
... Sikri to fight against Afghan tribes and would only be used one more time for 3 months in 1619 and was finally abandoned after only 15 years due to insufficient water supply. We stormed this place fairly quickly as we were anxious to get to Jaipur but very glad the stop was made as there was a fascinating combination of HIndu, Persian and Indo-Muslim architecture and details. Onwards to Jaipur but not before a quick snack and buying a pair of baggy pants ...