Soni Villa Hotel
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... posing haha! So our pictures are somewhere on the internet!!
We queued to go inside (again an experience in India as no one queues and its mainly a big push and shove or a sneaky get in before you affair!!) and inside you were not aloud to speak, its a place of worship and meditation, I really wanted to have a go at meditating but didn't want to be disrespectful so Jack and I just sat for a bit in silence enjoying the enormity of the temple, the ceiling was ...
... we left to go for lunch. Our meal was served at a local community "hall". We were asked to remove our shoes, then sit on the ground in front of wooden planks. In front of us was a tin plate, a metal spoon and a bowl made of paper. A man, dressed in traditional clothing, served us lentil soup, bread baked in outdoor ovens and a sweet called "charmu". The meal was delicious. After our meal we walked around the village, we noticed that the people stopped ...
... and working out the logistics, We have a dedicated driver who drives us around town which is good because they drive pretty crazy down here. Honking of horns is constant but I am told that is how they communicate and seems to work well. They honk when they pass lanes or are coming up on you it seems. Weather was good, around 29 degrees and sunny. I haven't seen any monkeys yet, perhaps tomorrow. ...
... in meat. The mutton burra was just out of this world.
Next on the tour was Old Famous Jalebi Wala. Jelabi are deep fried lentil flour batter that is soaked in sugar syrup. Indians love their sweets!
After eaiting parathas at Pandit Babu Ram Devi Dayal, we had even more sweets from Chaina Ram and then indulged in a little papri chaat from Haldiman's.
Street Fight: About half way through the ...
My mother asked me that months ago. When I repeated the question to Ashwin, he just laughed. I didn't know what that laugh meant. We would have thought a white horse was impressive, but there was SO much more.
Try two white horses, pulling an all-silver carriage, with a sunburst backing, covered with lights.
And 50-60 people from the groom's family dancing in front of the horses and carriage.
And an ...