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... Bizarre, anywhere but India and it would be roped off and surrounded by serious Security guards. Apparently if your Indian you can also throw rubbish on it and pee in the gardens, no joke. I mean wtf?! There was a loo not 10 ft behind the guy. Anyway as you can probably guess this was doing nothing to enhance our memories of the day. Once we'd fought our way inside we found ourselves in what I described at the time as like being in ...
... a month, they were
really funny and interesting to chat to, obviously good friends as well. Paul did have to bite his tongue and not tell them that he was a socialist pacifist!
We have mostly been drinking Chai, train chai, street chai,
café chai any chai offered and we will happily say yes, although I am fairly
sure if we keep this up my teeth will spontaneously jump out of my mouth in
protest of ...
... beach together, and then we set off to Pushkar, the place where we met for the first time, over 4 years ago.
After some long days driving back up the highway again, this time without paying any toll tax, sleeping all together in the van, we were back in Rajasthan. Greeted by the camels, desert dunes, and old fortress gates. The Pushkar gate welcoming us just before sunset. A few days down memory lane it would be. I parked at the back of magical ...
... tiger. There are only 40 odd tigers so they are fairly spread out. From memory we saw. Deer (spotted and non), Boar, Kingfisher, Heron, Antelope, Crocodile, Monkey, and a Monitor Lizard. We were cruising around for about 3 hours before heading back. We were disappointed and felt as though we really hadn't got the value that it had probably cost (we were led to believe somewhere around the £50 mark). When we got to the hotel about 11 I felt like utter ****. I was tired and knackered ...
... what I did last Sunday. Then, in the late afternoon all the markets start opening and the rains cool things off so that visiting the sites becomes bearable. I texted Elena and she wanted to go visit Old Fort with me. So around three o’clock I caught a rickshaw for the short drive up the road to visit Purana Qila, which literally translates to Old Fort.
According to the guide book Old Fort is considered the sixth city of Delhi. I believe ...