Hotel Mandakini Castle
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... were in a 3rd class sleeper carriage - basic and dirty. Security a nightmare. Difficult to get comfy unless horizontal so we left the girls on the bunks lying on on their bags reading and stood by the doors for some fresh air. The 5 hrs actually flew by - chai stops and some street food brought onto the train but otherwise hungry until we arrived in Agra. Great way to travel if you can ignore the odours!
At least on the sleeper train we had a little ...
Today has been my best day yet. I managed to complete my india bucket list of Taj Mahal, see an elephant and get henna. Which is great. We visited the Amber Palace this morning which is situated high up in the hills. It was by far the most spectacular temple with Indian elephants queuing to take you for a ride, stunning views of Jaipur and the building itself was beautiful - ...
... in and off we went with Sammy on our excursion around the city.
Don't ask us to recall the names of any of the sights we saw. Sammy was a brilliant driver and got us from A to B in what can only be described as driving wizardry. We thought we had an idea of what to expect from Indian roads but it was like nothing we could have imagined. Constant horns, blind overtaking and miraculous gaps appearing just when your sure you're about to die. The ...
... life. “I just told her you only have one-half of your final year left in the 12th grade. Put your head down and go for it with all you have,” he shared.
As the travel progressed, Ashim spent a good deal of time on a verbal tour of India, telling us about all the different regions. It provided us an appreciation of the huge diversity of this enormous country.
As we traveled, it seemed that there were an enormous number of trucks on ...
... had not yet ridden elephants took their turns at the place we visited the previous day. At this point, it was around 3 PM and people began to get weary and drop out of our group, one by one peeling back to the hotel. By 5 PM there was only 4 of the original 12 left with energy to keep going, and we had our sights set on the Tiger Fortress for the sunset....something that was in my opinion the highlight of India so far.
The Tiger Fortress was located about ...