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... to Europe was beyond their means. We said they were welcome to visit us anytime, although not in the next few months as we wouldn’t be there!. It was hard to leave. Ritwick booked us a cab and soon we were on our way to the airport. Sanjay was still at work and he managed to get a few minutes off to fast track us to the front of the check-in queue. After some final goodbyes and hugs he was off smiling and waving as he went – top man, lovely family!
... carriage to our seats in 2nd class and sat with our bags crammed between our legs (all the luggage space was taken). Some Indian man managed to clout me in the head with his suitcase as we passed on the aisle. I called him a ****, but I think it got lost in translation. Once we were sat, the journey was fine - it was air conditioned and we got tea and breakfast (which was some weird combo of potato croquettes and chips and peas). I've ...
... out like sore thumbs and had so many stares. Once inside it didn't get better but we just carried on walking around the gardens of the fort, on first look I thought it was like a castle and you would be able to climb but its more gardens with smaller temples inside. We soon started to feel like Z list celebrities (that or we now know how lady boys feel!!) as many people were either secretly snapping pictures of us or coming up to us asking for a photo. They ...
... open air Friday mosque.No cameras and shoes of course and Kate had to done a large and unflattering surgical gown. A short drive back through Connaught Place a vast circular "royal crescent" of Bath that was the centre of the British Raj found us once more back in our hotel for a well earned cup of tea. An early night tonight as we catch an early train to Kalka to connect with the 12.10 to Simla,a 5 hour narrow gauge train ride up into the Himalayas where we should find ...
... us seem to find this and my mock stern face delightful, not discouraging.
And, at this point in our lives, we have have done enough traveling to tell very quickly when someone wants something from us. This is why, yesterday, when a young man in fine clothes and jewelry offered to help us locate an internet cafe, we agreed. Just as we surmised, he wanted nothing - just a friendly, generous offer of assistance. The man was a ...