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... and Liz and I had a date with the Taj Mahal.
I was lucky to meet two wonderful people at a prior event I
went to in Vengurla India back in January.
They took Liz and I on an amazing 6 hour Delhi adventure from monkied
forest parks to rock carved abandoned temples to the craziest crowded Indian
street I will ever find myself being pulled by a bicycle rickshaw in. Electric
wires hung every which way and a one-legged beggar moved faster than ...
... site". Apparently some other rangers and their vehicles were excluded from the park for 15 days as they entered the kill site without permission. No more killing today it seems. Still, we all felt that getting out and moving around in rough terrain was a good experience. Just one point to note for the geographic purists. I am rather surprised that the terrain and the vegetation of the Ranthambore National ...
... there. The second half of the journey
therefore felt much better and we arrived in Udaipur safely.
We had three nights at this hostel to
spend the Holi festival here and we were so glad on arriving that it
was really nice! Clean, light, spacious with working water and
electricity...yey! It was also the cheapest place we stayed in yet at
only £1.50pp,pn! Bonus. The rooftop was lovely too with good (we
think, maybe dodgy as we later find) food though ...
Got up around dinner time, feeling extremely rough from last nights antics. We had a walk to US pizza and had a pizza each to try and fetch us round, it didn't really work! Afterwards we walked around the local park which was pretty big, not that peaceful thought for scooters were allowed in there. We saw a gang of teenagers pestering some monkeys, until the monkeys started chasing them! We had some ...
... now in the next day or two Ian has people from around the country coming to visit him and give their face-to-face acknowledgment of their support. His task force will have names such as CRY India, UNICEF, Save the Children, and Childline (among others) supporting it and I got to be a part of it all. I have seriously learned more in the past few days about NGO management, business, successes, hiccups, and technicalities. I’ve learned that people ...