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... who thinks everything I say is hilarious and high fives me after everything he or I says. I turn down his kind offer for food at his house as he's obviously completely mental. I then spent the rest of the day walking down the main road before ducking into Everest Biryani Restaurant, which confusingly didn't sell biryanis. Mind you, every other eatery in India is called the 'something or rather' hotel, without having any rooms, which confused me mightily on ...
... but deliciously sweet seedless red and green grapes. We bought some at noon, washed them in our mineral water and made lunch out of them.
Several small towns we drove through appeared to be filled with tea sipping and socializing men. I suspected the woman were hard at work.
Then, seemingly out in nowhere, we noticed a large gathering of men. What caught my eye was the bright ...
... We pulled up to one of the hotels and another guy on a motorcycle waived his cell phone in the air. “I was the one you talked to earlier. You can stay at the Rest House if you are leaving early in the morning,” he said cheerily. The Rest House did look better than the bus station hotel we were in front of and agreed to follow him back to the Rest House. Now we were greeted with open arms and the formerly stern staff of ...
... and they even still have the odd bicycle rickshaw here. We had failed to find a left luggage at the station so checked into a horrible but cheap room at the hotel tourist so we had somewhere to store the bags for the day. After a quick tour of the central market we checked out the ruins within walking distance of the hotel. These included what looked the giant ruined arches of a cathedral but were actually a mausoleum, an old mosque that previously had also been ...
... to see some of the original tile inlay as well as mother-of-pearl accents on the archways. A great number of features in this fort brought me back to Morocco. The curved arches, blue tiles, and structure of the rooms. Unfortunately, I did not get to learn a lot about the fort because there were to guides available, but I was able to pay more attention to the details. There were underground tunnels that linked ...