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... br> Lunch was a kilo of fresh prawns , this time cooked as a curry with coconut rice , then afternoon coffee and cake at' Loafers Corner Cafe'. I think the staff had taken the name to heart as not a lot of service but we were not in a hurry. I won't be eating dinner tonight.
Last night we ate at ' Upstairs' Italian-Indian Restaurant. Really good , we had a lovely tomato salad , then a spinach and gorgozola pizza followed by Panacotta. Just 1 portion of ...
Highlights (in no particular order):
Camel riding in the sand dunes of Jaisalmer,
Touching the Taj Mahal(!),
Wading through knee deep flood water in Pushkar trying not to lose my flipflops,
Riding an Elephant to the Amber Fort in Jaipur
Ganesh festival celebrations in Kochi and Goa
Indian train journeys – especially having two bottom bunks in ...
... For lunch we met at Dal Roti, an excellent lunch. Dianne thinks the chicken kati wrap was the
best meal she has had in a very long time.
Everyone had to be on board for departure at 6.00pm so we caught the 2.40pm ferry. At 5.40pm we went up to the 6th deck to see if there were any late-comers. No one was late and we left on schedule.
... in the trees as you walked down to the waterfall area.. one was sat with a bag of popcorn throwing it at the monkey below!
We firstly came to a bathing area which was above the waterfall itself where people could swim or wash clothes etc. We walked down to the base of the waterfall and you could get so close that you the spray from the water cooled you down!
The trip was ruined a little by what seemed like half of India coming ...
... been that quick had they tried but no, they had to drag it out for two hours. Within seconds of it starting, the bloke next to Donna was asleep, and there was another in the row opposite who had his head in his lap hoping the world would end and he would have to leave. It finally ended ... hurrah ... and there was a stampede for the doors. We felt sorry for the performers of the next show, who were waiting in the back row to come on all dressed up ... ...