The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
... stuck in monsoon rains. Our cycle guide seemed to not even notice the rain, so we headed on regardless. The park is apparently home to over 200 species, and at this time of year, that number is inflated by aquatic birds heading over specifically to enjoy the monsoon rains. We saw plenty of peacocks, along with many other birds (which I can't be bothered to list ...
... of semi-precious stones, before they die of thirst because security confiscated all the water bottles.
I don’t do crowds. In fact, I was working on an excuse to skip the Taj Mahal all together when Leslie suggested we drive to Agra the night before, wake at the crack of dawn, be first in line to see the monument, and be outta there before the day-tourists were even through security.
It was a brilliant plan. ...
... and deer. At the end of the tour we paid the guide what we were supposed to but the he was claiming we owed him for using his binoculars and said we'd been longer than we had. It really annoyed me, he'd been such a nice guy through the park then all of a sudden he changed because he wanted money from us. We walked away leaving him moaning on. It put a real dampener on the afternoon, having another argument with someone about money. Everyone just seems so ...
... they come running after us with a much better offer, but sometimes they get angry insisting what they have quoted is a "good price" when we both know it isn't. Once we are in the rickshaw they are very chatty, asking us where we are staying, how long we are in Agra for and what our schedule is. This is so they can turn up at our guesthouse to take us to other places. They don't like it when we say we don't know what we are doing tonight or tomorrow or what time we are doing ...
... family, 3 is enough, as he wants to make sure his children have a good education. He has told them to 'work hard at school, or you'll end up as a cyclo driver like me'. He says his children all love school and are quite clever and he has aspirations of his elder son becoming a Dr. Mr Singh is no different from any other parent, rich or poor, he wants something better for his children. I have a deep admiration for this man and what he has been able ...
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