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... The view of the Taj was every bit as fantastic as when Tim and I viewed it so many years ago. We also visited the extensive Red Fort which was also amazing. But then the return drive! The vehicles travelling on the very good motorway have no idea of keeping to the lanes or using indicators. They seem to think the best position is straddling the dividing lines! This was especially so when approaching Delhi where vehicles have no problem in using the 5 lanes for 8 streams ...
... and travel on before filtering off when they've had enough. In many ways horns are a useless accoutrement, as nobody seems to pay them any attention at all, especially groups of school boys walking three and four abreast down the side of the road and Ravi leaning on his horn like Louis Armstrong as we pass within an inch of the boy on the outside, and he doesn't even flinch! If cows are kings then the road is God, determining whether we make it or not, leading us down ...
tiny entrance and then found ourselves in a small courtyard. The floor was
alive with rats. They were everywhere, scurrying about and in great numbers
making for a bloke wearing a turban who was feeding the wretched things. I will
leave it to your imagination as to how quickly we retreated. It is possible to
walk around 40 feet without touching the ground.
Our journey continued through semi-arid countryside and
teeming villages. It was warm and sunny ...
... hell bent on perforating your eardrums with their horn.
Your entrance fee does include the audio guide and everyone knows I'm a sucker for an audio guide so off I went on my little stroll, piping education directly into my earholes.
The audio guide lead me through a gate pock marked with cannon ball holes which occurred in 1808 when Jaipur attacked Jodhpur. I think it was over a woman. Lots ...
... us everywhere we went. White people! It was as though they'd never seen a Western person before, asking for our photo and could their children have a picture with us. After one or two we decided this was just too weird and started to politely refuse, especially when the request was from a group of young men who had been obviously staring at my chest for the last five minutes!!
Udaipur is nicknamed 'Lake City' and a fair few of them it has. We headed ...