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... gets dark otherwise its hard to see what you're doing.
The tents had two single mattresses in so I could have saved space in my travel bag and bought just a sleeping bag. There was just enough room to get my bag at the back of the tent. Fortunately Adrian could put his in Rupert's tent who was in by himself as his roommate Graham preferred to use his own tent. I think snoring was a reason.
Its Diwali tomorrow ...
The Indian Adventure has come to an end! It's been a while since my last post and have quite a lot of stories so this may be a long one, so keep going and hopefully it’ll stay interesting.
Went to my first IPL Cricket game, saw RCB play Rajasthan Royals. Sadly RCB lost, but the atmosphere in the ground was ridiculous, 36,000 fans all cheering, singing and going crazy for every four, six and wicket. The seats were in a prime location looking ...
... led us through the seemingly impenetrable mess until he suddenly pulled left and placed us at the entrance to Tibet(China) border control. Here we waited for ages until we were ushered into a spacious, austere hall. Once more it was passports out as we passed the first desk. Keep them ready because there was a second desk as well. As we waited for the border security to wave us up, I was passed on the right by a woman of about four and a half feet in height, looking a hundred years ...
... so annoyed.... About 10 minutes later some teenage girls literally shoved a camera phone in his face and took a photo without asking, just as he was turning a corner. He hasn't told me to 'get over it' since! Sex is a big thing here too. I think that's why lots of the men are so obsessed with western women. They watch loads of films where western women have sex with different men, women and animals (depending on the type of film!) and can't ...
... really did have beautiful hand made clothing and and hand printed fabrics. We hired a tuk tuk for a hald day trip to see Amber Fort, the Floating Palace and to have sundowners at Tiger Fort. To get to Amber Fort we had to drive through the slums of Jaipur, and it was basically like driving through an animal farm! Along all the streets there were pigs, cows, sheep, goats and chickens all rummaging for food in the rubbish piles. the poverty is ...
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