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... travel plans, which is so great. I've got to know a couple of other girls better now: Sarah and Josie. They're nurses from London and have wicked senses of humour, just like Gran and me!! :), so the three of us girls and Megan and Beth, have done nothing but laugh and share the joys up to this point.
Again, not too late a night, as tomorrow is a 7am start for a 7 hour bus ride to Jaipur. Wish us luck.
Until we meet again.
... rickshaw will take you there for 20 rupees. Here, give me your hand.” And he wrote a name and address on my palm. We ran outside and jumped into a rickshaw. Fifteen minutes later we had been travelling around the busy streets and were clearly not going to be in time to catch our train. No problem, we decide, if there’s no train or bus today we can just find a cheap hotel and go in the morning. We’re actually a day ahead of schedule anyway. No need to worry. ...
... curtains to discover a new river outside our hotel. I HATE MONSOONS. We waited 30 minutes for the rain to pass then got a rickshaw to the mall. The mall was huge and fun and Nai managed to get a new phone, and win a blender! We then had a very tradition dinner - TGI Fridays! I had amazing nachos and the girls had pasta. We then got a rickshaw back to the hotel, had baths, and got into bed to watch Captian America. We missed the ...
... the only thing that Krishna did which did not require a monetary contribution from his followers! Basically everything after that on the tour required a donation of some sort. Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against donating to charity, and I'm sure that the temples do some good work with the poor around them. When the priest at the temple can tell you the donation that they expect in various different exchange rates you begin to question their ...
... saw many many many types of cows, water buffalo, goat, sheep, dogs, chickens, camels. No elephants yet. Sad. But will definitely see them in Thailand if I don't here.
The first stop of the day was the Taj Mahal. The first thing our guide said to us before approaching the Taj Majal was that pictures couldn't do it justice. He was 1000% right. These pictures will not do it justice. Guaranteed. And not just because I'm a ****** ...