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... to them) and everyone joins in. Apart from
that people, just seem to use the temple a bit like we use an English pub. They
drift in, give themselves a quick blessing and then sit and chat to their pals.
The other noticeable difference is the noise. They are either chanting the
songs or chatting and believe me they can talk for India. It is all very convivial and as Captain Kirk
would say, “it is church Jim, but not as we know it”. ...
... were in a 3rd class sleeper carriage - basic and dirty. Security a nightmare. Difficult to get comfy unless horizontal so we left the girls on the bunks lying on on their bags reading and stood by the doors for some fresh air. The 5 hrs actually flew by - chai stops and some street food brought onto the train but otherwise hungry until we arrived in Agra. Great way to travel if you can ignore the odours!
At least on the sleeper train we had a little ...
... lake. Due to so many Westerners residing in Pushkar, there is more of a choice as to what to eat. There are lots of places that sell Israeli food and despite the poor show last night on the pasta, we risked some. It was really good and also quite cheap! We walked back through the town after lunch and back to our hotel where we had a rest before we met up again to head into town to get some dinner. We had also arranged to meet Ruth (from the volunteer ...
... into the Palace that was within the Fort. We saw the latrines and the Mirror Palace (a small area that was constructed in stone but was decorated with thousands of pieces of mirrors). We found ourselves overlooking another courtyard which was walked around and sat on a few balconies looking down before we found some steps up to the ramparts. We could get a good view of the grounds and of the gardens and lake below. We eventually found our way through a maze of corridors and ...
... a tour and to visit various cobblers, potters & markets. G adventures support a school in the local village so we also managed to spend some time in the local school while the kids played games and performed a few school lessons - was a hoot watching them all count to 50 and read the alphabet in English with thick Indian accents!! Stopped off for some lunch before we made our way to Pushkar in the local village was ...