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... practice one and it was over some trees. As we zipped by my feet brushed the leaves. For me the landing was the scariest, for Dad it was the take off. We did five more and the views got more spectacular. One of them was even over a lake. The last was 330m and I was too light to finish it. I had to be rescued by one of the workers. When we had finished we walked back to our hotel and sat on the rooftop to have drinks and then we had tea and went to ...
... the whole city and the magnificent fort. On our walk back, we were stopped by a family on a motorbike who wanted to chat with us. One small moped, 2 adults, 3 children and 2 babies. 7 on a moped, best yet!! They were all beaming and laughing and asked us to take their photo before driving away waving. The people we have met here fall into two categories, the uber friendliness of the people we met on our walk or the men and women with the ...
... gelangen kann, muss ich zuerst den gleichen Weg wie gestern nehmen.
Der Aufstieg zum Fort fällt mir um einiges leichter als am gestrigen Tag. Oben angekommen treffe ich erneut auf Santi. Zusammen gehen wir zum Jaswant Thanda. Die Gedenkstätte bietet die beste Perspektive für das Fort, das stolz auf dem Meherangarh Plateau in die Höhe ragt.
Anschließend sehen wir uns noch einen Tempel an. Genug Touriunternehmungen für heute gemacht. Für ...
... was interesting as I sat next to an Agricultural Scientist from Jodhpur and we had a long conversation about Agriculture in India. Dr Bhati was a fountain of knowledge about Rajasthan and was particularly keen to recommend several places I had not visited.
I arrived in Bharatpur after nightfall and it was considerably colder than my previous visit. The famous fog (the Delhi Fog) was already gathering and I hurried to Iora Guesthouse, where I ...
... clocked some delicious smelling mango tea, so I bought that for the group to share. We continued our walking tour across Chandni Chowk and Chawri Bazar and tried samosa, raj kachori and Indian sweets before getting our first overnight night train from Delhi station. All in all Delhi was a blast of variety and city life which after being in Rishikesh I had almost forgotten but not missed. We were initiated into Indian travel etiquette very quickly by taking a 17 hour train journey ...