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... bar wrappers at the train guard on the way to Jaipur in search for a bin, he simply took them and chucked them out the open door. Oh well! As my friend said in Jaipur: to enjoy India you need to be 'rough and tough!' Now, do you think that is me??! My final thought for today is one of concern: For poor Udaipur! Octopussy will have to conjure up a lot of magic to live up to Bundi tomorrow - or I will just need to drown my sorrows with martinis, shaken not ...
... farther away). All good. Then a pleasant wander round said lake before hitting an internet cafe.
Some dinner later and anothe day to kill in Bundi tommorow before an early train on Fri to the massive fort at Chittorgah.
All good, campers.
PS, quick question - if the cow is such a sacred animal in India why do they let them eat the street refuse, plastic and rubbish and other detrius? Incredible India.
Initially we missed the train stop to Bundi from Udaipur so we had an unexpected visit to a near by town called Kota. Kota was rather dirty and busy and this is where lucky lucy had her boob groped by an old man who wanted a photo taken with her! (I stood on stunned at the sight before me!)
Bundi is a sleepy slow-paced town. There were few travelers and locals - we were probably more out numbered by ...
... the baby Jesus…in India!
With the decorations being balloons, lights, stars and cake it seemed quite the combination between Christmas and a birthday. Maybe they picked up the ideas for decorating from some birthday celebrations…and since Christmas is not really celebrated in India these are all they have for decorations. However you could say that Christmas really is a birthday party anyway…Happy Birthday Jesus!
We have lots of ...
... we definitely needed it. Some of them get very angry! But most of them you can get right up to and take photos of. They hang out all over the fort and in the rooms etc – it’s quite bizarre. I loved seeing the baby monkeys that would use their mother’s tail as a swing and swing back and forth on it, then use the fort walls as a springboard to do flips. It was hilarious.
The palace was really beautiful too – it was built in the 1500’s but ...