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... To close this post, I want to share about a sweet lady I met today. I mentioned early about one of the Sunday school teachers going to service so she could hear Pastor Vince speak. Her name is Olive and she shared a little about herself before she left. She told us how her husband wasn’t a believer and I could tell how much her heart ached over this. I believe that God wanted me to encourage her and pray for her. I spoke with her ...
... waiting for us to give them a few rupees before we even had the chance too we sped off towards Karol Bagh. A small child no older than 4 lay in the road rolling about trying to get some money from passing vehicles was such an eye opener to see, its really uncomfortable to see the poverty out here and how the children are used to get the most money begging and even though you want to give money you cant as you give to one you give to them all and you'll never ...
... we got inside the compound to enjoy the sunrise, and before all the crowds arrived.
It really is magnificent, my words cannot do it justice. The story behind it is so romantic, the King built it to house the tomb of his favourite wife who died giving birth to her 14th child to him. The whole compound is completely perfectly symmetrical, it brought a tear to my eye when entering the main chamber, seeing the only unsymmetrical part of the ...
... up in several places I wasn't expecting to get to but when there is a thali and a secrect beer in a mug waiting for you, you tend to persevere. The beer was secret as there seem to be elections all over Rajasthan at the moment and the cities are dry in the run up to the polls. Another great idea that would put paid to cheesy pictures of Cameron or Farage with a pint in their hand being and 'everyman'. The pint turned out to not be the smartest idea as I then marched up the 300 meters ...
... and reflections that occur with the beauty of the marble and the sun as it rises for the day. Of course one cannot visit the Raj and not sit on the bench where Princess Diana sat during her iconic visit in 1992. I bet her driver didn't get lost, or get circled by hawkers, the girl does not know what she missed! While we both found these monuments and their stories quite remarkable we could not help but notice the disrepair and deterioration. We were told there is no assistance ...