Ram Pratap Palace
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I know. Long time no write. My sincere apologies especially
since I have so much to tell! Let me
start of course with the visit from Liz.
She arrived safe and sound and on her first day we toured Mumbai. We saw all its grit and glitz from a taxi
window. Traffic and British built towers and the mansion of man who has so much
money he can tear down a slum and build a place he doesn't even live in but
still pays upwards of tens of tens of people to ...
... there were 2 real jack the lads, looking at me, talking in Hindi, laughing- that sort of thing. One of them spat and spat and spat. They carried on looking, laughing etc. I was boiling hot, getting short tempered and was about to get up and kick their ***** into the lake when the boat finally arrived, so I saved myself a night in an Indian jail and went off on my jaunt around Lake Pichola. People are so friendly here, they sometimes look as tho they are giving you the evils but ...
... the most wonderfully comfortable beds and pillows. A glittery embroidered Indian quilt hangs over our beds and paintings done by local artists grace the walls, plus I have internet available right in our room! Such luxury.
One of the places we visited nearby is the Animal Aid sanctuary. Here any street animal, small or large, can be rescued if it is injured or sick or dying, depending on the goodness of ...
... station timetable and our train is running ten minutes early...we are amazed - do trains ever run early? We need to get to platform 5. We are in luck, there is an escalator here. We make our way across the bridge and stand on the filthiest platform ever. There is a cow wandering along it, busy leaving steaming dollops all over the place, and there is litter strewn everywhere. At the side of the platform a young boy is peeing on the tracks. No wonder they have rats here...Ian tells ...
... The town is definitely more tourist friendly. There is nowhere near the same amount of tuk tuks on the road, the merchants are not aggressive and in fact they are friendly and are able to take no for an answer, which was such a nice change. The local people leave you alone and are helpful when you ask for directions and advice. As a result Paul and I were able to browse and shop with ease, obviously we still had to haggle for the best price but that is a given in India. One of ...