Rahi Tourist Bungalow
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... walk barefoot or wear protective booties over your shoes when you are on the monument, but that does not keep people from just tossing their plastic bottles where they stand, so the monument and the garden are littered with used bottles and booties.
Getting into the Taj Mahal is not without its hassle: due to terrorist attacks you are only allowed to bring in camera, wallet and water, nothing else. And guess who wants to blow up the Taj Mahal? ...
... Hotels all closed.” The driver turned to face us. “Look, all hotels in the area closed because of high risk alert. Only way to get a hotel is booking at government office. I take you there.” Another “government office”? This is all starting to become like some kind of nightmare. It's about 9pm now and we have no idea where we are, this whole situation is clearly a scam. How many people were in on this from the beginning? Does everybody just play along, ...
... it was closed on Mondays. Typical. We wondered around for a while then decided to go for lunch back in New Delhi. We got a rickshaw to the new town, and we harassed by beggars at every traffic light. It was very hot. Upon getting out of the rickshaw, a woman asked me for money, and when I said no she pinched myself and Nai. Definitely not giving you money now! We had a lovely lunch and I had a great peanut butter ice latte. Outside, the heavens had opened and it was raining again. ...
... than the fort in Delhi, (some conservation work, overseen in true Indian OH&S style was underway during our visit! Rahaul again did a fantastic job showing us the various idiosyncrasies of the building. The most amazing aspect was in the cool wash rooms (yes, as a Mughal ruler you get multiple wash rooms with cool and hot running water even though its the 1700s). You could sit in the corner with someone else sat in the opposite corner, and have ...
The train trip from Sawai Madhopur was less eventful than it should have been. I was worried by the prospect of hauling my father’s 40+ kilos around together with my backpack . These thoughts were hardly filling me with enthusiasm. Consequently, it was a huge relief when Gudu told me that he had sorted out the problem. Gul came to the station and kindly made sure we got on the right train.
Overall Dad was impressed with ...