Hotel Shri Ram Excellency
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... lots of drumming until 3am. It continued all the next day & finished about 10pm that night. Despite the noise, it was really interesting to watch & we had a birds eye view from the havelis rooftop as well as mingling with the crowd. The area has a lot of old havelis & ours was around 300 years old, they were beautiful rooms. Mehrangarh Fort is situated on a 150 metre high hill, high above the city & was founded in the ...
... The first girl told me she was 13 and began to read an utterly abysmal English text with a story about girls by the names of Esther and Margaret who were preparing tea or fetching a ball or something like that (something that girls by such a name would do in old English text books). Although every one of the girls who read to me (they all read the same passage) could decode the words, I am pretty sure they hadn't a clue what it was about. And to be honest, neither did I - ...
... We definitely under estimated the thrill factor, and would definitely recommend it as an essential part of anyone's trip to the city.
The rest of our time we spent getting lost in the bustling markets and sampling the tea at different rooftop cafés. After a couple of days we caught another night train, this time to our final stop on the whistle stop tour of northern India, Delhi.
... tuk back down to the clock tower in the market. Lassis all round (except Karen) at the LP guide recommended lassi cafe. Recently refurbished decor pointed to the benefits of a mention in the international guides. Lots of hustle and bustle, touts, smiling faces just interested in us and several beggars, almost exclusively women either old or with young children. At other times we came across disabled people begging and these were ...
... and she got the earrings at her price.
This is the fourth and last blog entry from India. As you can probably tell, its been an incredible journey, and we have memories that we'll cherish for a long time to come. From here on, we start our long trip home, a trans-Atlantic cruise from Rome. We plan lots of sleep! And, without doubt, cows will figure prominently in our dreams.