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... and traditional Bollywood, Indian music. As you can imagine, when we walked in we were quite a hit, four white guys dancing to the music. Famous status came out again in the water park with loads of people coming up to us saying hello, how are you and everything, couple got photos too. So surreal.
Golden Triangle, done.
Next up I came back to Delhi and met my Dad for a quick 8-day adventure before I see what Australia has to offer. We went and ...
... cafes, jewellery stores and many street vendors. It makes for a noisy spot as taxis and auto-rickshaws honk their horns, competing for the narrow broken streets with each other, the yaks and the pedestrians!
After our first night in a less then comfortable guesthouse we found a nice room, within our budget, just off the street to settle ourselves into for the next 10 days. We were intrigued to discover the attraction of the area with ...
... was the historical palace museum, which have us a lot of information on the royal family and the past rulers. The armoury and weapons hall was very interesting, all the swords and knives were incredibly designed, with many of the handles made of Jade and detailed with precious stones such as ruby's, emeralds, saphires and diamonds. The third building was the Maharaja's events room/dining room, which was amazingly decorated with huge chandeliers ...
... line, the man informed us that we would have to go to the shop next door, get a copy of our passport for each parcel we were sending, and fill in a form for each parcel.... Kind of annoying, you could have put a sign up or something... So we went next door, to an internet cafe, where a helpful lady made copies of our passport and visa, and gave us four forms to fill in. These forms were interesting. The form took up half a page, and the bottom half of each page was an ...
... temples also adorned the outskirts of the lake.
Ghats on the north-western side of Rawalsar were home to shoals of frenzied fish who literally jumped out of the water to be fed on puffed rice by hordes of pilgrims. Resembling a curious cross between a cat fish and a carp, these aquatic monsters savagely wrestled and shoved to be the first to grab the food we offered.
From Lake Rewalsar we climbed steeply up a ridge to ...