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... are scaffolders in many of the older buildings and white marble palaces, but since it was added to the Unesco sites in 2007, I might have expected it to be in better shape. Then again, this is India and priorities are set differently. The site has a few Museums, if you like war history, among which one dedicated to India's liberation from England, and another one on old weapons, used through those wars. This last one was so ...
... was. It took an hour and a half to drive 18kms. By the time I reached the place, I was almost deaf from all the car horns. This place is crazy! So much smog and dirt everywhere too. I am sure to get TB.- hopefully not touch wood. I was dropped off just down the road from my hotel. I began walking up the little alley way to the yellow building when I was almost knocked over by two guys on a motorbike. I jumped out of the way. The place was bustling. ...
... break out the Hindi phrase that I've been taught to tell touts to "go away".
We're making an early start tomorrow when we set off for the National Park so I'm now just getting some rest while the girls are downstairs at the hotel chatting away.
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... itself is only five minutes walk from here and certainly does not require a rickshaw ride. We thank him for his time politely and say that we will not go as we seem to have conflicting information. He looks very disgruntled and leaves. Meanwhile the owner rushes up to explain that his 'uncle' is also a rickshaw driver...as if we didn't know! I think this is known as 'saving face' which is a very important thing in India. Breakfast finished we head for ...
... br> Pan - This was a group of bitter leaves filled with bitter nuts, mint, and some sauce. To me if was like eating some sweet sauce then taking a gulp of listerine.....
Pani Puri - This was an adorable thin & hollow pastry ball which was then fixed with a mixture of chickpeas and potatoes and then filled with green liquid stuff. You have to put the whole thing in your mouth so as not to make a complete mess. Also Leanne and ...