Hotel Rang Sharda
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My plan was to get a long distance overnight train to Delhi - it was 33 hours so first-class was the only choice for me. Unfortunately it also timed with the Indian holidays so a seat on the train was like trying to find an unmolested chocolate hobnob in the middle of an ants nest. The rest of the gang were traveling to Mumbai. I didn't want to go - already been. I looked at so many different options but it always came back to the one thing I didn't want to do and that ...
... such beautiful English buildings some in good condition, some not but what hits you constantly is the feeling of what it would have been like. Not to mention cricket grounds in full swing ...Still men pushing carts, the odd cow although normally only appears once a week on Saturday for holy day so the Hindus can be blessed by feeding, also explains the zillions of pigeons.. We watch in horror as they are fed daily and we see ...
... children wore the biggest grins and didn't seem bothered by the chaos and poverty surrounding them. No-one we met complained about the state of the place and were just happy with what they had. Being English, we are both used to the culture of complaining, be it about the weather, the government, the price of petrol or how things aren't what they used to be. Whereas in Mumbai, where they really do have plenty to complain about, no one seems to ...
... dinner one last time before we departed to our hotel for one more night. Kyle and Katrina left at 3:30am for their flight to Varanasi and we said goodbye grateful that we’d be able to see them often in Dallas.
India was exhausting, both emotionally and physically. The smells, faces, sights, sounds, and feelings we had there are unlike anything we’ve ever experienced. It will be hard to leave, but easy to come back! ...
... There is a lovely refreshing breeze this evening and we are pleased it's not as humid as it was when we were here in early December. The sun is setting as we watch the world go by...two ladies with monkeys on leads, someone who looks like a mime artist, posing for photos against the backdrop of the sea and the setting sun, fishermen bringing in a large net close to the shore as well as beachcombers and courting couples. This evening I am ravenous. We ...