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... and virgin forest patch in the reigon (during then) this place boasts of very interesting birdlife and home to some the most fascinating and highly endangered mammals including Red Panda. My night ended with some Tongba and dinner and local fables from the Mandal Sahib (village headman).
Next day morning I continued my trek walking though Rododendron forest - since it was not a flowering season the trail was not as beautiful as it would be ...
... was "here comes the diarrhoea.." As the morning progressed, the smog rose and the streets came to life. Still rubbish strewn but now with a different energy. We wandered through the local bazaar which was awesome and more like what we had expected. We stood out like dogs balls, and giving the target of some richy rich western travellers, the traders pounced. We were offered a rickshaw ride at least every ten meters, or someone ...
... about that site by simply scrolling to the menu option. It is easy and more convenient as you can take the tour at your own comfortable pace. Ask your kid to hear and convey the information so that it can become a good source of education.
Amber fort to Jaipur city is a straight road and easy to approach.
We had our lunch at 'Natraj' restaurant (on MI road). ...
We left Varanasi on a sleeper train, in sleeper class, which is the cheapest ticket that you can get. The train was quite lively and I was quite glad that I did not have to visit the wash room, however we had no problems and it gave us a night of cheap accommodation.
Having heard horror stories of Delhi and expecting to be scammed at every possible opportunity, Delhi was a pleasant surprise. Don’t get me wrong it ...
... but everyone was doing it so Jason joined in from time to time.
The ride back to the hotel was our worst experience on the Delhi Metro, with men crowded a little too close to Sylvia. We couldn't wait to return our passes and get our deposits back, hoping it would also be the last time we would have to ride it.
We went to bed at a reasonable hour in preparation for a very early start and another new, and quintessential Indian, ...