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James and I were just discussing how much we miss the huge and delicious fruit shakes, iced coffees and milkshakes that we used to get in South East Asia. So I thought I'd mention it and describe why we can’t drink the ones offered here. In South East Asia you would see restaurants getting their ice blocks made from drinking water delivered each morning so you knew that the water and ice in the shakes wouldn’t make you sick. But in India and Nepal no ...
and an entire section devoted to the type of **** one might buy off of an infomercial: dicers, slicers, scramblers, massagers, shake weights and the like (who knew there was a market for that sort of thing in India?)
In addition to the rides and the sales stalls, the festival featured musicians and dancers from the region’s many ethnic subgroups. There was a small troupe of musicians just inside the ...
Today we headed for Bharatpur with a stop at Abehneri to see the step well built there.
All forms of the stepwell are examples of the many types of storage and irrigation tanks that were developed in India, mainly to cope with seasonal fluctuations in water availability. A basic difference between stepwells on the one hand, and tanks and ...
... wee anywhere they like,so streams of **** run down the roads. Everyone wants to know where your from, and we try to satisfy as many as possible. Laura is a big hit with everyone, they all stare! After 3 days of black bogies, we headed to Agra on the bus. On route we had a bit of a crash with another truck, , skidded across the road and just missed the didch. Just a big scratch down the side of the bus. Also on the bus a mouse ran down Laura's ...
... own son and mourning Mumtaz. That's what I did anyway! In 1857 the British population of Agra barricaded themselves in The Fort when there was an uprising. The lieutenant governor John Russell Colvin died and his tomb still lies in the Great Courtyard.
On the way back from the fort there were loads of floats around with flashing lights, and parades of people carrying plastic electric candelabra type things. We saw a big float with a man in a white suit sitting high up ...
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