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Afterwards there is breakfast. I eat two “plain eggs” and FINITE times again a coffee. It is not even half as strong, as at home, but better than keiner^^. After the breakfast, we are fetched from a driver, who is to show us today the whole beautiful environment. Our driver is very more merrily more native with beard, sun glasses and an Indian hat. With “mega thick Goa sound” ...
... an hour because of my new-found interest in anything that made me stop! I can probably tell you the number of bricks in a new building going up, and the colour of the ticks on a variety of dogs, let alone the intricate details of every monkey that attempted to snuggle up.
Ok enough moaning - I made it and will never do it again. At the top is also a very old Jakhu Temple dedicated to the Monkey God, and of course the ...
... side it would look much better and all the Indian women have it on the left side also not silver it should be gold' Well thanks Afit you weren't even bothered if I liked the tour or the building you just wanted to make a fool of me in the Viceroys guest bedroom. Full of furry and ranting that I should have told Afit where to stick his 20 minute tour of incomprehension we head for the gardens. The windy walk up is lovely and boggy and I are mega gimps and take photos ...
... It wasn't easy, our touring time was reduced while we sat in our hotel rooms, the Internet quality was very poor which caused some frustration but it was all worth it! Now he has finished and we are happy to report he already has his assignments marked and he has finished with great marks which means his MBA is FINISHED!! Yippeeee! Graduation is in October so when we go back to Sydney we will pick up his certificate.
... told us that the road would bifurcate from Kelodhar after a while and we should take the upper road to Naglog, not the road descending to Rampur. She was right.
After dropping her, we turned back and found our way onto the Naglog road. This was on yet another mountain ridge overlooking a ...