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... festival in Pune in a few days. We will be close enough to get there and as you can imagine he is looking forward to it very much. A rather epic journey of 26 hours is about to commence from Udaiper to Mumbai, then onwards to Auraganbad where we are going to see the Ajanta and Ellora caves, if we have wifi I will pop another blog on, but we may not have any for a few days so if you don’t hear from us don’t worry! (photos to ...
... challenge of having to get the kids to behave! But it is a MUST DO and if you have pockets deep enough, consider even staying there for atleast a day!
The next day the hotel was helpful enough to arrange an auto for us who took us to the various tourist spots in the city.
1. visit to lake Fateh Sagar
2. overlooking it on a small hill - Pratap Memorial / Moti Magri (the lassi sold by a punjabi shop there is a blessing in the Rajasthan sun!)
3. Sahelion ki ...
... just say that a sportsbra would have been much appreciated ;-) Anyway our hotel at Lake Pichola with a huge canopy bed and a rooftop pool made up for that and after a short stroll through town we postponed the proper sightseeing to the next day and relaxed at the pool instead ;-) At night we dined in a very nice restaurant at the lakeside where we had a beautiful view of the well lit city palace and the lake palace hotel. On Wednesday then ...
... dark clouds started looming whilst we were at the Jantar Mantar and we just about made it to the safety of some shops across town before a storm hit - complete with hail! We had to shelter for almost an hour before it calmed down enough to walk back to the new town which required a lot of balancing and jumping between the pavement and sheltered shops. We also got to see goats, cows and pigs thoroughly enjoying the change of ...
... and Liz and I had a date with the Taj Mahal.
I was lucky to meet two wonderful people at a prior event I
went to in Vengurla India back in January.
They took Liz and I on an amazing 6 hour Delhi adventure from monkied
forest parks to rock carved abandoned temples to the craziest crowded Indian
street I will ever find myself being pulled by a bicycle rickshaw in. Electric
wires hung every which way and a one-legged beggar moved faster than ...