Kadamb Kunj Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
... first place. There is a woman who has been sitting in a corner by the door since we arrived who has done nothing but sit there. The old guy says she is his partner and the cheeky beggar asks for money for her too. I just tell him the pound was for the two of them and we walk out. Nothing ventured, nothing gained I suppose from his point of view.
Its now baking hot as we have a walk round the rest of the palace compound before going back to the ...
... whoever is talking; to them it must be that I am simply not there. (The exception to this is when we visit places where children and vendors try to sell things. Then I am certainly noticed!) I know our guide does think of me, as he includes me in his gift buying, his presentation materials, his ordering foods I especially enjoy, but when he speaks to us, he only looks at and speaks to or asks questions of Meghan. Am I ...
... KK to eat with us but something until IR 200 because in the menu you could find things up to IR 500! The pasta was amazing, with olives, cheese, and a great cream on it. It was one of the best pasta we had had since we started travelling. The burger was OK but nothing special and the service was poor. Anyways it was nice to have some normal food and not the Indian food for one time.
From the restaurant we went to some souvenir shops and even if we didn’t want to ...
... guide, Ashim, used some of the travel time to discuss some controversial topics of Indian culture: inheritance, dowry, and honor killing.
Legally, all children, whether male or female, are entitled to an equal share of inheritance. However, because of the long-time practice of only the male child receiving an inheritance, this is often not done. Part of the reason for this is that when a female child marries she goes into the home of her husband’s family and ...
... the park was just wonderful – full of birds (we saw colourful kingfishers, egrets, nesting storks, cormorants, parrots, hawks and many more besides) and other wildlife (right up close to stags, monkeys, wild boar and foxes). So peaceful - and with the fog, very atmospheric too. A calm in the storm.
So that was that, time to head to the last major stop on our India tour with Jo and Wilf – the craziness of ...