Hotel Spoonbill & New Spoonbill
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... from the walls and the carpet did not possess
enough thread to qualify as “threadbare”. There was a musty feel and smell to the place
which did not bode well for a tasty meal.
We were, by this time more than a little tired and, faced
with this hovel, began considering the rubber pizza option as exciting. How
wrong could we have been? As usual, despite having the appearance of a rubbish
tip, the boys here produced the ...
... outside, hardly fair. New Years was a indian buffet, a fire pit,hidden booze again and a dance floor. Naveen after several hours convinced me to dance indian style. I was pathetic, he was fantastic! Gail had already been up there for hours before us, dancing with the locals. One irritating thing though as Indians dance to 30 seconds of a song then switch it! Just as I was getting my groove on, swap! Again groove, swap! ...
... menu. However we had no time or opportunity (or in fact desire) to check them out. The next morning we had an Indian breakfast of parathas, fruit and yogurt and bade farewell to our host Ashwani at the Tree of Life. It had been a welcoming and very comfortable place for our introduction to India. Traffic at 8 AM on a Sunday morning was light and we were on the eastern outskirts of New Delhi in less than an hour. On the fringes of the city there were many modern ...
... they want the contents of your wallet instead of your skull and instead of "BRAAAAIIIINNNNSSSS" they're wailing, "Good price! Good price, madam! For you or for gift!"
Now. What size bludgeon would madam like to procure for her little Fatehpur Sikri adventure?
Anyway. I was going to just head here with my worldly belongings strapped to my person, find ...
... Our hotel in Bharatpur is called The Bagh. Its buildings are spread out in a lovely wooded area. We have lunch in the restaurant. When we get back to the room we both have a lie down as its still very hot. Kathleen isn't feeling great. I think she has had. Bit too much sun at Deeg. We just have the rest of the day in our room and an early night. We skip dinner. After the amount of weight we have put on, we can afford to miss a meal. Ok. I did have a banana.